Can I Hold You?
An Aromantic Comedy
Sammie and Alma are two roommates with a love for knitting and overthrowing the patriarchy. What happens when the asexual Alma meets Phoebe, the sexual, saxophone-playing woman of her dreams? Can Phoebe and Alma manage a romantic relationship when one likes sex and the other doesn't? Can Alma and Sammie hold their friendship together when romance threatens to tear it apart? This new comedy explores queer relationships and friendships, emphasizing the powerful intimacies that refuse to meet society's expectations.
The first play on the West Coast to feature out asexual characters!
Written and directed by Kari Barclay
Featuring Gabriella Momah, Olivia Popp, Jenny Hong, Charlie O'Donohue, and Amanda Yuan
Stage managed by Elena Berman
Feb. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at 7:00 pm at the Nitery Theater, Stanford University (514 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, CA)
Feb. 10th and 11th at 7:30 pm at the San Francisco Mime Troupe Studio (855 Treat Ave, San Francisco, CA)
Tickets for all the Stanford performances are sold out. We do offer a waitlist in person at the performances--more information at http://taps.stanford.edu/waitlist.html. Tickets to the San Francisco performances are still available!
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