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Next Fall focuses on the five-year relationship between Adam and Luke, but it goes beyond a typical love story. This timely and compelling new American play examines questions of faith in a modern romance.

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Performances ended on Jul. 4, 2010.

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About Next Fall on Broadway

Previews: Feb 16, 2010 • Opening: Mar 11, 2010 • Closing: Jul 4, 2010
Broadway Plays Comedy
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Hayes Theater Hayes Theater
240 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10019
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What Is the Story of Next Fall?
A non-traditional love story told through a series of flashbacks, Next Fall follows the romance of Luke and Adam and the loved ones that orbit around them. Luke and Adam’s mismatched May-December romance has survived five years of ups and downs, but one nagging issue continues to rear its head: faith. Luke is a devout Christian and Adam is skeptical about the existence of God. When an unexpected tragedy befalls one of them, the other must face his faith—both in his love and in the universe at large—while the couple’s friends and family bring their own questions to the table.


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"“Deeply moving and surprisingly funny. The six-person ensemble delivers terrific performances. [Playwright] Geoffrey Nauffts reveals a talent for sharp comic dialogue.”"

The Hollywood Reporter

Frank Scheck

"“The best new American play of the Broadway season. If you go, which you should, be prepared to laugh some, perhaps to cry some, and then to rise in appreciation.”"

Time Out New York

Adam Feldman

""A smart, sensitive, immensely appealing and utterly contemporary New York comedy with a wonderful cast. The funniest heartbreaker in town.”"

The New York Times

Ben Brantley

""Compassionate, expertly cast, laugh-filled and enormously entertaining.""

Associated Press

Michael Kuchwara

"“Genuinely affecting! A moving domestic drama with laughter and sobs emanating from the audience.”"


David Rooney

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Patrick Breen
Maddie Corman
Sean Dugan
Patrick Heusinger
Connie Ray
Cotter Smith


Written by
Geoffrey Nauffts
Sheryl Kaller
Set Designer
Wilson Chin
Lighting Designer
Jeff Croiter
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