By Michael Mejias
Directed by Gregory Simmons
With Malik Ali, Sean Carvajal, Talia Marrero, Alejandro Rodriguez, Rodney Roldan and Andrew Schoomaker
1982 - South Bronx, USA. Charlie Rosa embarks on a summer of baseball, bullies, boarding school and... gulp, gulp... girls.
When Charlie receives a letter, his life becomes about big secrets, little lies, and humongous pressure. Suddenly, it's hard just being fourteen.
Luckily, he has one hell of an imaginary friend.
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Founded in 2009, the Dramatic Question Theatre (DQT) is committed to developing and presenting plays written by its member-playwrights; other playwrights of color, plays written by women, and plays that deal with race, culture, and class in ways that challenge the familiar common ground. Concurrently, we seek to cultivate and maintain a multicultural audience comprised primarily from the Latino and African American communities we regularly serve.
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"Terrific - poetic language and deft comic touch!" - Helen Shaw, Time Out New York
"Electric - The dog days of summer come to evocative life! Excellent!" - TheaterMania
"Exciting performances - hilarious and heartbreaking!" - nytheatre.com
"Stellar - oozes freshness and realness with each syllable uttered on the stage!" - BroadwayWorld
"A jewel of a show - GO SEE!" - Usher Nonsense
"Brilliantly conceived, directed with consummate skill and peppered with young talent just as brilliant as the unique concept - NOT TO BE MISSED!" - The People's Critic