K-I-S-S-I-N-G

This is a play about young Americans, economic inheritances, and emotional baggage. When “around-the-way-girl” Lala meets brainy, affluent Dani, they muddle through their class differences to have an inseparable summer. Fueled by a mutual love of visual art and old school music, they flirt and debate in museums, forests and on the hood of Dani’s car. It seems romantic. So why aren't they K-I-S-S-I-N-G?
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K-I-S-S-I-N-G

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  • Charles Haugland:
    25 Aug. 2017
    Lenelle Moïse's character work in this play is stunning; the relationships between the characters are drawn with great depth; we see their dynamics strengthen and fray, evolve and break apart over time. It's also just tremendously funny. We did a workshop of the play at the Huntington Theatre Company, directed by Jenny Koons, and the audience fell in love with the characters that Lenelle introduces to us in this charming and surprising romantic comedy/coming-of-age story.

Development History

  • Workshop
    ,
    Huntington Theatre Company
    ,
    2016
  • Workshop
    ,
    Clark University
    ,
    2014

Production History

  • University
    ,
    Ithaca College Theatre Arts
    ,
    2018