Studio Grand Central is at 2260 1st Ave S., with the main entrance on 23rd Street.
There’s no holding back in this provocative exploration of gender, sex, and the risks of being vulnerable with the one you love.
This love story between Cecily, a lesbian and a male-identified trans person Theo, want to be honest about their sexual histories, but what happens when telling the truth jeopardizes everything? Intensely and almost shockingly frank, the play is also deeply revelatory for anyone—which is to say everyone—who has ever tried to figure out themselves, their bodies, and their feelings.
"PLOT POINTS turns to candid storytelling, to the vulnerable sharing of personal narrative, as perhaps our most powerful tool to finding our way toward each other." — New York Magazine
"This smart, well-made play that is very much of its time, is a look at the brave new world of gender nonconformity, and a reminder that, really, we’re all the same." - New York Stage Review
Newt (He/Him, She/Her) is a born and raised Tampa actor. He graduated from Howard W. Blake High School with a Master Certification in Theatre Arts and began performing in the local performance group, Crazy Random Happenstance.
As a previous sewing specialist, his costuming work can be found in the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks as well as in past Innovocative Theatre productions, Columbinus and The Hundred Dresses. He is excited to return to the stage as Theo and is looking forward to joining the upcoming cast of ROMEO & JULIET at Jobsite as 'Benvolio'. On behalf of himself and Kayla, he would like to thank Eduardo for always having our backs.
Kayla (She/Her) will be making her debut with The Off-Central Players as Cecily. She was last seen in A SHAYNA MAIDEL (Lusia) with Innovocative Theatre and will be portraying 'Juliet' in JobSite Theater’s production of ROMEO & JULIET this coming winter. While on hiatus from the stage Kayla has begun writing music and hopes to have her work streaming in the near future. She thanks Staci for the beautiful opportunities she has given to her and will miss her presence in the Tampa Bay theater scene. Kayla would also like to share love to her family and friends for their unending support.