Can a woman be friends with a womanizer – even if she once dated him herself? And if your best friend wants to date the guy, do you stand in her way? The Dew Point is a play about love and marriage, sex and friendship, authenticity and blackmail...and the lies we tell in order to stay honest.
"It is a pleasure to report that The Dew Point by Neena Beber, who won a Village Voice OBIE last season for emerging playwright, is an intelligent, well constructed, contemporary drama with sharp, bright, witty dialogue and fully detailed vibrant, believeable characters." – Talkin' Broadway, Read More
"A comedy of sexual manners whose characters are funny yet sympathetic and complexly believable...The success of this deceptively labeled romantic comedy lies in the way it zeroes in on the way we deceive others by deceiving ourselves, plumping the bread of friendship into some pretty rancid sandwiches that are, of course, proffered with the best of intentions." – Boston Phoenix, Read More
The Dew Point had its world premiere at the Gloucester Stage in Gloucester, MA on July 4th, 2001 under the direction of Simon Hammerstein.