Tomo Suru Players
Playwrights: Gerald Williams
How well do you ever really know someone? Trevor and Margaret bring this struggle to the stage with life changing consequences for everyone involved. From the very beginning in Trevor’s life, complicated relationships have a strong impact, starting with his father and a dead mother. Margaret has her own issues as a woman willing to settle for something far less than perfect. A relationship built on disappointment and half-truths shouldn’t be enough for anyone, but Margaret is considering marriage. When will too much be too far for even this long suffering, self deluding woman?
PLEASE NOTE: This venue is 19+
Funny / Intense / LGBTQ+ / 45 minutes / 14+ / Coarse Language / Violent Content / Sexual Content
Underrepresented artist: A performer and the writer and crew members are queer. Working with non-queer cast mates allows us to find common ground and reflect on the positivity of inclusive production teams. The content of the play explores family issues that relate to coming to terms with one's sexuality, and more universally, coming to terms with being loved in different forms.