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Directed by Mike Donahue

Produced by Evan Jonigkeit

United States | English | 16' | Fiction

Troy has loud sex. Troy has loud sex 24-7. Troy shares a wall with Thea and Charlie. Troy is ruining their lives... or is he saving them? A darkly comedic tale of New York neighbors, the ways in which we become interwoven with the lives of strangers, and the unexpected consequences of unasked-for intimacy.

Times are tough out there, and if the thought, ‘humanity is dead’ has crossed your mind in the last decade, let TROY change your mind. Neighborly love still exists. An NYC couple lives next to a sex worker whose LOUD “work” permeates their lives until his partner breaks up with him, and he is left sad and depressed. A cheery mission ensues. I love this world, the actors and the simple story that makes this piece shine. Do yourself a favor and don’t skip this one! — Elle Shaw, Festival Director

Sunday, August 20 at 11:00 AM

Assistance League Theatre

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