Midtown West

Until Sat Mar 8

  • $$$
  • Photograph: Monique Carboni


  • Photograph: Monique Carboni


  • Photograph: Monique Carboni


  • Photograph: Monique Carboni


  • Photograph: Monique Carboni


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Chad Hudson

LOVED IT!!!! But then again I'm from a VERY liberal family where I've done EVERYTHING in this play +++++. Very free sexually with myself, my fam, relatives, besties, and pets (yeah, I DO go there.........just sayin'........check it OUT!!!!)

Mo Ibrahim

Despite what your subjective view of the play is, it's art imitating a lot of lives in America and Europe - in particular the age-discrepant relationship and the prevalence of (amateur teen) pornography. 5 stars for that. Google 'The Allure of Nymphets'

pete mccabe

My experience was different. I thought it was satiric farce. What began as a gentle neighborhood drama, drifted into a disturbing questioning of our culture's relationship with pornography, to the point where what was unspeakable was commonplace.


Agree with R&R, what a waist of time and money. Crude, vulgar and a terrible script. Mexican dude is an embarrassment, while trying to get a hard-on while on stage but ends up going softie until he decides to give a BJ to his son in law as that was what he prefers. Other than that, everyone is naked, including a black man taking a nasty dump on a loud decide.

R &R Panken

The worst play we have ever seen. It is pure explicit pornography with little content. Amateurish, and put on for the shock effect. Message if you free yourself sexually you will be a more fulfilled person. Everyone being sexually intimate with everyone else. Mother. Father, daughter, son no boundaries. Explicit video showing the sexual acts were revolting and insulting. DO NOT SEE THIS PLAY or any play by this author.