PARADISE “convincingly, and sometimes chillingly, portrays a young man in the midst of a spiritual crisis” (New York Times). After the death of his sister, Robbie spirals downward into guilt and grief, seeking help from his friends Betty and Stu, a new lover Carlos, and even from a dissolute priest. Amid the chatter of clever New Yorkers, three couples spin towards tragedy and, perhaps, redemption.

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“Enthralling. Emotionally devastating.”
Dan Bacalzo, Theatermania
“Quite funny. Littered with clever cocktail party banter. Mr.Foley has a great ear for dialogue.”
Jason Zinoman, The New York Times

“Morally complex. A bracing dramatic ritual.”
Time Out
“Compelling. If you’re interested in a drama of ideas…then Paradise may be just what you’ve been waiting for. Very funny and sometimes genuinely profound.”
Martin Denton,
“Entertains, enthralls, and entreats the audience into its weblike world. Haunting and suspenseful. A production not to be missed.”
Maya Avrasin, Show Business Weekly
“David Foley gives audiences an early, dark Valentine’s Day greeting. A heady mix. A devastating punch.”
Andy Probst, Backstage