E is struggling to come to terms with her changing body, R is obsessed with a 1940s movie star, and O and J are doing a parental practice run. As the action unfolds, their stories intersect and these disparate threads become interwoven by common themes so that, by the end, they have each grown into themselves a little more. The play combines moments of intimate duologues and near-poetic monologues, as well as a very human will to find humour in some of the darkest things.
Ultimately, it explores femininity, love, and how it feels to know the world wasn’t quite made for you.
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