THE BARE TRUTH
“A script so hilarious, you can’t help but laugh at ‘the rule of the towel,’ ‘practicing at home’ and interlude music so apropos that it’s practically part of the story.”
By Andrew Andrews
No doubt, you’ve heard of helicopter parents.
How about helicopter children?
Jack and Betty Baxter (Ken Coughlin and Francesca Devito) finally bit the bullet and sold their house in Illinois so they could be closer to their
Maybe that wasn’t such a great
Their daughter Judith (Autumn Mirassou) and son James Dean (Johnny Blaze Leavitt) keep stopping by to check up on them, insisting that the parents give them spare keys so they can barge in
But Jack and Betty want their privacy, so when neighbors Lloyd and Eve Morton (Mike Durell and Amy Losi) convince them to pretend they’ve become nudists to stop the spawn from popping in, the problem appears to be solved until
That’s the premise of
Pitting the “lightly-attired” Baxters and their “ever-casual” neighbors against
If the thought of sharing a cramped space with a room full of nude
Andrew Andrews attended THE BARE TRUTH at American Theatre of Actors Sargent Theater in Manhattan on Friday, January 25, 2019 @ 8:00pm to write this review.
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