True Story Project: SEX features a profoundly diverse ensemble of nine actors, including actors with disabilities, who take turns revealing true life stories that explore sex and sexuality in a wide range of styles. The stories shift in subject matter and treatment from outrageously funny to grievously stark and engrossingly matter-of-fact.
Previous True Story Projects have been performed at many New York City colleges, hospitals, shelters and residential centers. They have appeared as part of the Imagine Festival in 2004 (Chashama), at the HERE Arts Center, and at City Hall to commemorate the Americans with Disabilities Act. Kevin Robinson of New Mobility magazine reviewed the previous True Story Project and wrote "the audience traveled so far past disability, they may never find their way back." Mission accomplished. True Story Project is not about disability, it is about being human and how very complicated sex can be - no matter who you are.