Bushwick Starr presents a new play based on the playwright's high school diary, complete with music from the Wenatchee High School Choir. More…
The Wenatchee High School choir sings out about the rapture and tedium of first kisses, first heartbreaks, and first cups of coffee. A play created from the actual 16-year-old diary of playwright Clare Barron, recent recipient of the 2014 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award.
See it if you like the Bushwick Starr, enjoy edgy and innovative new work, want to be surprised and delighted as the narrative shifts and changes
Don't see it if you would have trouble watching someone have non-consensual "sex" onstage; some in the audience found this quite disturbing
See it if Experience the aches & joys of love with the vividness & urgency of youth. Hip but sincere. Hilarious, devastating, gorgeous, raw. Unique.
Don't see it if It's unconventional. It's sexually frank/explicit. It might break your heart. But shows like this are why I go to the theater. Don't miss it
See it if you're looking for a show unlike anything you've seen before, you were ever a teenager
Don't see it if you were never a teenager, you're looking for a straight-forward narrative
See it if you like adventurous theatre that transcends the concept of a musical. The Starr continues to amaze me but it's not for everyone.
Don't see it if you're with a small child. Actually, do take them, as the sex scene in this show is one of the best and most real I've ever seen.