Part of iRT's 3B Development Series, this new drama follows Mr. Y who, a year after a school shooting claimed the life of his wife, finds himself teaching in the same classroom where the tragedy occurred. More…
From the show:
As he is interviewed for the school yearbook, Mr. Y revisits the true horrors of the shooting with three students tied to the event. As their memories flash back to the shooting and the events leading up to it, their shared guilt is in turns heightened and assuaged until they accept the mistakes of the past.
See it if A play about school shooting and its relevance afterward. Has some good moments in it.
Don't see it if Can be slow off center at times. If reworked it could be really good.
See it if you want to see a theater piece that shows a positive and uplifting ending to a school shooting
Don't see it if You have already seen several shows in the last five years about school shootings. This is probably the most over done subject in theater
See it if Sean David DeMers happy pill solution to a tragedy appeals to you.
Don't see it if a kumbaya solution o mourning is not only unrealistic, insults those who suffered tragedy and need to mourn at their own pace
See it if You like to see a multiethnic, talented cast of 6, performing a difficult topic with humor and candor. There’s smoking, gunshots, and some
Don't see it if Cussing. It actually felt like an after school special, or Saturday morning teen entertainment, but, it was enjoyable. It’s a nice small
See it if U enjoy a good ensemble cast that’s primarily young people working through a difficult subject.
Don't see it if U don’t like small productions, difficult topics like school shootings or don’t want to be transported back to high school.
See it if You are interested in a personal and focused point of view relating to a school shooting. It’s an easy dose of an overwhelming experience
Don't see it if You want an all encompassing retelling of a horrible school shooting. It is emotionally on the light side and is well written but light
See it if You wish to see the kind of play that tackles the trauma of a school shooting in the quiet routines of the school a year after the tragedy.
Don't see it if The topic of school based violence and shootings is not to your taste. You don't wish to contemplate lives of those who die & those spared.
See it if you enjoy emotional roll coaster ride of human relations in difficult and evolving circumstances.
Don't see it if you don't want to re-live the teenage angst