Amber is charmingly neurotic and seemingly confident. Tom is a handsome and appealing go-getter. It’s their freshman year at Princeton, and both of them are buckling under the weight of everyone’s expectations. They drink and date to cope
with mounting pressures until one shared night together sets off a damning chain of events that neither of them sees coming. Tom said this; Amber said that — but what actually happened between them that night? This thought-provoking new play
by playwright Anna Ziegler finds its finger on the pulse of a generation that’s grappling with the deep complexities of gender, race and consent.
“Incisive and smartly observed.” — The Hollywood Reporter
ADVISORY:Actually is suitable for adults and older teenage audiences. This timely drama about consent contains very strong adult language, depictions of college partying, themes of sex and sexuality, and in-depth discussions
of sexual violence.
Promotional photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.
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