The poetic coming-of-age angst about resilience centered in a homeless LGBTQ shelter
Latino Cultural Center | 2600 Live Oak, Dallas, Tx, 75204
Angelo and Mila are fifteen and homeless. Angelo is a dreamer, Mila is a street-wise hustler, but when they become roommates at a shelter for LGBTQ teens, they build a fragile bond that inspires them to reach for understanding and self-acceptance. Emilio Rodriguez’s poetic coming-of- age story celebrates the healing power of hope and the beautiful mystery of being a teenager.
This show runs approximately 115 minutes with no intermission and no re-entry.
This play contains adult language and a brief moment of sexual intimacy. If you have any concerns about content or age-appropriateness, please call the Box Office at 214-516-0706.
Recommended for 16 and up. Performed English.
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JORGE MERCED - DIRECTOR