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“Afterglow” is a raw, one-act play exploring the emotional, intellectual, and physical connections between three men and the broader implications within their relationships. Asher lives in New York City with his husband, Mati.
Josh and Alex, a married couple in an open relationship, invite Darius to share their bed one night. is a scenic storyteller for theater, film and opera.
TAYLOR WRIGHT (u/s Josh, Darius, Alex) Off-broadway debut!
He has worked for various theatres, conservatories, and universities in Boston including American Repertory Theater, Boston Ballet, Moscow Ballet, Beau Jest, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, among others.
I’ve never felt more vindication from a show than I have with this and it’s incredible. No matter what your orientation, there are imperative lessons to be learned and observed here by all.
#Know Your Worth” “I had the pleasure of watching this amazing play the other day called @afterglowtheplay at the Loft at the Davenport in NYC.
The absence of trust through the daylight of jealousy overcasts a relationship of two men welcoming a third partner into their bedroom. Unflinchingly addresses issues unique to gay relationships (sometimes uncomfortably so). The whole point of art is to hold a mirror onto nature, to show the experiences of humanity at its purest form — its beauties, vulnerabilities, and imperfections. Recent NYC Credits: 2000 Nickels (NYMF), The Last Adam, The Astonishing Times of Timothy Cratchit (Work Shop Theatre). Love and thanks to the Afterglow team and fam @taylorwright /) S. Last seen Off-Broadway in the US premiere of She Has A Name. NYC: Kragtar, Grindr the Musical (Third Space Theatre); Training: BFA Coastal, SITI Summer Intensive.The Davenport Theatre is named after Delbert Essex Davenport, a producer, publicist, author and lyricist in the early 20th century.Known for his publicity and marketing stunts (including dropping flyers out of planes), “Del,” as he was called, was a theatrical entrepreneur and the great-grandfather of theatre owner Ken Davenport.