Why See All the Fine Boys?
Abigail Breslin stars in Erica Schmidt's world premiere play
Academy Award-nominated young actress Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Signs , Zombieland and Scream Queens) makes her stage debut in Erica Schmidt's new coming of age play that explores teenage sexuality in the Eighties. Also helmed by Schmidt herself, this world premiere production is running for a limited time only, boasting a talented young cast that also features Isabelle Fuhrman, Joe Tippett and Alex Wolff. Taking place as a parallel storyline between the two girlfriends and two teenage guys as the objects of their affections, a summer of love turns on its head with painful realisations and truths about getting too sexual, too early.
Fourteen-year old Jenny (Breslin) and Emily (Fuhrman) have been best friends since forever, doing everything together. Now with an endless summer stretching out before them in South Carolina, they believe themselves ready to get involved with older boys. Emily sets her sights on her senior crush from the high school play (Wolff), whilst Jenny, more alarmingly, fixates on an older man she has spotted at her family's church (Tippett). What follows is a dark story of underage desire that unbiasedly deals with young fascination with sexual awakenings.
Opening night: 14 February 2017
Suitable for ages 14+ due to mature themes
100 minutes without intermission. Late Entry not permitted
And before you stop reading
Photo by Gage Skidmore, 2015 under Creative Commons License 2.0
Cast and Creative
Written and directed by Erica Schmidt
Scenic Design by Amy Rubin
Costume Design by Tom Broecker
Lighting Design by Jeff Croiter
Sound Design by Bart Fasbender
Production Supervisor by Production Core
Production Stage Management by Jillian Oliver
Casting by Judy Henderson, CSA
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