Serio-Comedic - (Ty - Late 20s/Early 30s) - Ty delivers a wedding toast for his best friend, Seth. In his speech he shares a story about how as 14 year-olds, He and Seth saw a beautiful woman and Seth knew then that finding the "perfect match" was the most important thing. Ty concludes that Seth has found that match in his wife.
Dramatic - (Seth - Late 20s/Early 30s) - Right before his wedding, Seth learns that his best friend, Ty, slept with his soon-to-be wife. Seth confronts Ty after the wedding ceremony where Ty has delivered his Best Man speech. Seth calls Ty out for mixing the stories up and misrepresenting him. Ultimately he tells Ty to get out of his life.
Several other monologues exist for Ty throughout the play. Most of them further the plot of how Ty has managed to get three different women pregnant in the same week.
About the play:
Ty Greene is a normal guy with three very big
problems. In an unprecedented (for him) run of promiscuity, Ty has
managed to impregnate three women in the span of one week: His
ex-girlfriend, his 40-something married next-door neighbor, and his 18
year-old student. In this edgy comedy by playwright Rajiv Joseph, Ty's
problems illuminate every triumph and failure of his life, and as the
women in his world converge and figure out what's happened, Ty realizes
that his life is adrift, and that he only has a limited time to try to
piece it back together. All This Intimacy, which according to The New York Times has "a certain can't-look-away pull," is a comedy about friendship and lust and how the two don't mix.
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"HAS A CAN'T-LOOK-AWAY PULL!" - The New York Times
"RIFE WITH GENUINE FUN & PINPOINTS OF POIGNANCY!" - Broadway.com
"A VERY BRAVE TOUCH WITH CHARACTERS & THEMES!" - New York Sun
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