Plot Points In Our Sexual Development
Full Length Play, Drama / 1f, 1m or f
Theo and Cecily 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.
Theo and Cecily want to be honest about their sexual histories, but what happens when telling the truth jeopardizes everything?
"Transgender people deserve to see that joy onstage. And lots of other people can share the feeling by analogy." - The New York Times
"Plot Points turns to candid storytelling, to the vulnerable sharing of personal narrative, as perhaps our most powerful tool in finding our way toward each other." - New York Magazine
"This is a smart, well-made play that is very much of its time, a look at the brave new world of gender nonconformity, and a reminder that, really, we’re all the same." - New York Stage Review
"This piece is a universal tale of love; it is about working through moments of discord to find the point where the love and vulnerability connect us." - New York Theatre Guide
KeywordsCurrent Events, Feminism, Love, Memory, Parenting/Family, Sexuality, LGBTQ+ Interest, Women's Interest, Adolescence/Childhood
- Intense Adult Themes
- Strong Language
- Minimum Fee: $90 per performance
- Time Period: Contemporary
- Duration: 60 minutes (1 hour)
Theo's apartment in Baltimore, MD
- Additional Features: No intermission
Casting1f, 1m or f
CECILY, 30s, ciswoman, white
THEO, 30s, genderqueer and transmasculine, white
- Role(s) for Trans Actor(s)
Plot Points in Our Sexual Development premiered at LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater in October 2018, under the direction of Margot Bordelon.