A new play about two people who fall in love when they are sixteen and are reunited 16 years later to maybe try again. More…
Two 16-year-olds meet at an artsy pre-college program, where they flirt and fight, but are ultimately unable to handle the love they stumble into. Sixteen years later, they are face-to-face again, and innocent nostalgia is turning into something far more difficult. Funny and heartbreaking, this is a play about the past never past.
"While not everyone can claim to have had an identical experience as these characters, the heart and soul of the show revives a sense of youth within you...If you're not a Long Island City local, this reviewer still recommends you make the trip out to catch this touching and humorous play, which tells a story of youth, frustration and disappointment with just enough awkward humor." Full Review
"That’s perhaps the greatest challenge with “slice of life” coming of age pieces: how does one capture all the pain, beauty, excitement and fear of young adulthood and give it dramatic life?..By sharing Quinn and Irene’s story Drimmer is affording the audience the opportunity to think about their own adolescence and reflect where their lives are now that they’ve met adulthood. I only wish the energy of the two lover’s first kiss or Nicole’s drunken exuberance was carried throughout." Full Review