What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway’s Plot Points in Our Sexual Development?

The Verdict   What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway’s Plot Points in Our Sexual Development?
 
Read what critics are saying about the new play by Miranda Rose Hall at Lincoln Center Theater’s LCT3.
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Marianne Rendon Jeremy Daniel

The new play Plot Points in Our Sexual Development opened at Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater October 22, after beginning previews October 6. The play by Miranda Rose Hall, directed by Margot Bordelon, stars Marianne Rendón as Cecily and Jax Jackson as Theo. The play traces a relationship between a young cis woman and a genderqueer trans person sharing stories (albeit traumatic ones) about their most formative sexual experiences in an effort to navigate their own sexual relationship. Read what the critics had to say:

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New York Stage Review (Jesse Oxfeld)
New York Theatre Guide (Brittany Crowell)
The New York Times (Jesse Green)
Time Out New York (Regina Robbins)
Towleroad (Naveen Kumar)

Plot Points in Our Sexual Development runs through November 18.

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