Family drama - three teenage boys (one is trans), one teenage girl.
When 19-year-old Devon Fleeter and his younger brothers flee from their parents, who have been punishing the boys' allegiance to middle child Joshua's gender transition, they find sanctuary in an off-the-grid apartment far from "home". They find that safety is not without its own challenges, and confront the growing pains that come with learning what it means to be a man.
"Riveting... urgent... [the play] displays an impressive sense of theatrical direction pusuing empowerment for the trans community." - Boston Theatre Wings (link here)
"Moving and thought provoking..." - White Rhino Report (link here)
"...a family drama that's marked by sadness and anxiety, elevated by poignance, and enlivened by rough-housing humor." - Edge Media Network (link here)
Boston Teen Acting Troupe presented i don't know where we're going but i promise we're lost 30 July - 16 August, 2015. The production was directed by Jack Serio and features Brian Ott (Devon), Aaron Piracini (Josh), Alec Shiman (Ty) and Emily White (Annie). Original "beermelon" music was composed and performed by Covey.
Photos by Jen Myronuk.