Photo Flash: First Look at PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3
The Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 production of PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT began rehearsals this Tuesday, September 11. PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT, by the emerging new playwright Miranda Rose Hall, to be directed by Margot Bordelon, will begin performances Saturday, October 6, open on Monday, October 22, and run through Sunday, November 18 at the Claire Tow Theater (150 West 65 Street). Check out photos from the production below!
PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT focuses on Theo (to be played by Jax Jackson) and Cecily (to be played by Marianne Rendón), who want to be honest about their sexual histories, but what happens when telling the truth jeopardizes everything? A contemporary queer love story, PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT explores gender, intimacy, and the dangers of revealing yourself to the person you love.
LCT3 is dedicated to producing the work of new playwrights, directors, and designers and engaging new audiences. Evan Cabnet is Artistic Director of LCT3.
The LCT3 season program is supported by generous grants from The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, The Howard Gilman Foundation, Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation, Time Warner Foundation, the Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund, The SHS Foundation, the Tony Randall Theatrical Fund, the J & AR Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Endowment support is generously provided by Daryl Roth.
This fall, in addition to Plot Points in our Sexual Development, LCT is also producing the ongoing run of its award-winning production of Lerner & Loewe's My Fair Lady, directed by Bartlett Sher, at the Vivian Beaumont Theater; the LCT production of The Hard Problem, a new play by Tom Stoppard, to be directed by Jack O'Brien, beginning performances Thursday, October 25 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater; and will be a co-producer of the Broadway production of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, a new play by Aaron Sorkin, also directed by Bartlett Sher, which will begin performances Thursday, November 1 at the Shubert Theatre.
Photo Credit: Jeremy Daniel