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Free LGBTQ+ Singles Nights and more following 6 PLOT POINTS performances!!

FREE Post-Show Events Announced!
PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT at LCT3
LGBTQ+ Singles Nights
POST-SHOW ON
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 AT 7PM
UNDER THE COVERS
Have you ever asked a total stranger “What does pleasure look like to you?”  That’s exactly what audience members at Under the Covers will be encouraged to do: mingle, meet a stranger, take a polaroid, and share an intimate conversation in hopes of forming new connections.

Hosted by Sọma Okoye and Bianca Sophia Eigenmann Rogo, Co-Founders of Under the Covers Project

Your ticket to that night’s show includes Under the Covers!
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POST-SHOW ON
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 AT 7PM
DEAR BABY MAYBE: LETTERS TO MY YOUNGER SELF
What would you say to your younger self if you had the chance?  Would you tell them about the struggles and monumental events that lie ahead, or just provide them with wisdom in hopes that it will guide them in the right direction?  Do you think they’d like who you are today? Audience members will be given the opportunity to lay everything out on the table, and explore the possibilities of what they would say to themselves if given that chance.

Hosted by Maybe Burke

Your ticket to that night’s show includes Dear Maybe Baby!
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POST-SHOW ON
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 AT 7PM
DRINK & DRAW
How do YOU see yourself in others?  Audience members will be given the opportunity, with a drink in hand, to dig deep into their creative pockets, and use visual art to explore the faces, figures, and feelings of how they see themselves in others. Event includes 1 free drink!

Hosted by Basit

Your ticket to that night’s show includes Drink & Draw!
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Post-Show Moderated Conversations
What do love and intimacy look like to you? How do you think your views match up to others?  Here’s your chance to find out. Join Moderator Ianne Fields Stewart as they guide us through private conversations with real-life couples sharing exactly what these themes mean to them.

  • Thursday, November 1 at 7pm
  • Thursday, November 8 at 7pm
  • Monday, November 1 at 7pm
These conversations are free to ticket-holders at that evening’s performance.
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There are 3 easy ways to buy your $30 tickets:
All events held post-show are free to ticket-holders for that evening’s performance.

1. ONLINE

2. BY TELEPHONE
Call Telecharge at 212.239.6200 or 800.432.7250

3. IN PERSON
At the LCT Box Office
150 West 65th Street (btwn Broadway and Amsterdam)
Hours: Mon-Sat, 10am to 8pm. Sun, Noon – 6pm.

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