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  • Oded Gross:
    20 Oct. 2021
    This play was such an easy, delightful read. Garrison really captures the voices of these 15-year-old girls, as well as that inexplicable period when young women come of age and their friendships evolve or dissolve. I would love to see this staged!
  • David Rigano:
    1 Mar. 2021
    The reality of how our closest friendships can change, shift, and ultimately diminish is such a difficult topic to handle, and Everett is more than up to the challenge in this beautiful play. One of the most heartbreaking elements is how uneventful the dissolution of a friendship group can be. But the play doesn't harp on it or turn it into high tragedy. The friendship is celebrated for what it was as well as what it evolves into.
  • Hayley St. James:
    21 Dec. 2020
    A surprising and lovely coming of age play that tackles religion, sexuality, and friendship with frankness, joy, and all the requisite teenage angst and awkwardness one could hope for in a play like this. I love these girls so much and I hope someone produces it and gives them the spotlight they deserve.
  • Shaun Leisher:
    8 Dec. 2020
    In the end, I feel like we know what happens to the friendship between these girls but I so admire Garrison resisting big dramatic moments to get us there. This is a play about all the things that add up to make things change and shift. Changes that are inevitable and that we just have to let happen. This is such a beautiful, quiet play that I will be pondering on for a long time to come.