- Shaun Leisher:5 Jan. 2021“ This play is an absurd piece of existentialist theatre that I'm gonna be thinking about for a long time. How much of life and the people we miss it with are we missing because we aren't paying attention? I love how this piece explores performance of gender and familial obligation. Brenner has also written yet another fantastic role for transmasculine performers. ”
- Jackie / Young Jackie / Ava17 / 9 / 9,,Any Race / Jewish (not all Jews are white)Female, Femme-presentingBookish, over-imaginative.
In Acts 1 & 2: The Quiet One.
In Act 3: The Other Quiet One.
- Frederick / Frederick / JackLate 20s,,Any Race / Jewish (not all Jews are white)transmasculine, Masculine-of-center, NonbinaryIn Act 1: The waiter
In Act 2: The reluctant protagonist.
In Act 3: The person in drag.
- Ashley / Hot Ashley / AshleyEarly 20s / "Teenage" / Early 30s,,Any Race / Jewish (not all Jews are white)FemaleJackie's cousin. Type A femme. Has Epilepsy, but nobody talks about it.
Like, literally: it's never seen or mentioned. But it's there.
In Act 1: The Post-Grad.
In Act 2: The Prom Queen.
In Act 3: Tired.
- Matt / Hot Matt / MatthewLate 20s / "Teenage" / Late 30s,,Any Race / Jewish (not all Jews are white)MaleAshley's brother and Jackie's other cousin.
In Act 1: The MBA Bro.
In Act 2: The Prom King.
In Act 3: The Business Dad.
- Jenni / Genevieve / JenniferMid 20s / "Teenage" / Mid 30s,,White / WASPFemaleFish out of water.
In Act 1: Matt's fiancée.
In Act 2: The Foreign Exchange Student.
In Act 3: The Stay-At-Home Mom.
- The Man in the Flannel Shirt60s-70s,,Any Race / Jewish (not all Jews are white)MaleA man in a flannel shirt.
- ,Reading,The Lark2020