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The Intimacy Effect
September 28, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - October 7, 2017 @ 11:00 pm
Title Point in conjunction with Propinquity presents
The Intimacy Effect
By Jeff Tabnick
Directed by Eric Nightengale
With: James Ball, Sarah Doudna, Jennifer O’Donnell, Richard Lovejoy and Ruth Nightengale
The Intimacy Effect: Matt Appel welcomes his brother and sister-in-law into his family’s small apartment. Over his wife’s objections, Matt tells them about the pregnant woman who showed up at their apartment the day before. This woman’s allegations have serious ramifications for them all. The play weaves in and out of thoughts and actions, the past, the present and the future to explore the porous border between one person and another.
*FB does not allow events to last longer than two weeks. These are the real dates:
Thurs Sept 28, Fri Sept 29, Sat Sept 30
Thurs Oct 5, Fri Oct 6, Sat Oct 7
Thurs Oct 12, Fri Oct 13, Sat Oct 14
At Vital Joint
109 Meserole Street (not Avenue!)
L to Montrose Ave or J to Lorimer St Station)
All tickets $20
All shows at 8pm. Doors open at 7:30.
There is no late seating.
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Eric Nightengale is co-artistic director of Anthropological Theatricals in New York City, and a founding member of Concrete Temple Theatre and The Acme Corporation. He served as artistic director of 78th Street Theatre Lab from 1995 thru 2008. Other New York credits include work with Circle Repertory Theatre, The Acting Company, Circle in the Square, Cherry Lane Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, 45 Bleecker, SoHo Rep, The Barrow Group, HERE, and Classic Stage Company. Chicago credits also include work with Victory Gardens Theatre, Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, Steppenwolf, Chicago Dramatists Workshop, and Second City. His work at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has resulted in three Fringe First awards, eight published scripts, four adaptations for BBC radio, two Best Ensemble awards, and a London transfer.
Jeff Tabnick’s plays include I Found Her Tied to My Bed (Lightening Strikes and Strange Roads), Something Truly Monstrous (The Blank Theatre), An Idiot (Hangar Theatre), Tonight at Noon (workshops at EST, Telluride Playwright’s Festival, Acme Theatre, Drilling Company) and Love in the Time of Bumblehive (workshops at Stage Left, The Blank, Stable Cable). His work has been included in collections published by BackStage Books and Smith & Kraus. His short plays have been presented in various venues across the country and in England, Spain and Japan.