Big-hearted and searingly comic, this world premiere drama exposes the raw vulnerability of female friendships forged on the brink of adulthood. More…
Fantasy. Anxiety. Pabst Blue Ribbon. It's freshman year of college. Three 18-year-old girls head off to New England, cry saying goodbye to their moms, and fall madly and platonically in love with each other. Until a hate crime happens on campus--suddenly shedding light on their vast differences and how unprepared they are to handle them.
See it if you want to relive your school days though an incredibly fresh-voiced author, Lizzie Stern. The drama feels a bit forced but works fine.
Don't see it if you are easily offended or are afraid of small spaces. The Tank is a very small theater but the director and cast make great use of it all
See it if you enjoy plays that provide an intimate portrait of female friendship and mother-daughter relationships.
Don't see it if mildly raunchy language/content bothers you.