by Sebastian Lon Timpe
directed by Joseph Neves
A student-written and -directed production of an original queer tragedy. Winner of the Dharma-Grace Foundation Creative Writing award.
Winter challenges audiences to be aware of their actions and the effects they’ll have on others. Bucky is on a downward spiral trying to pull himself back up. Brad has to deal with questions about the future. Andrew and Zane grow together but find friction in an inability to speak for themselves. D is trying to learn from his past mistakes, while Harper struggles to be there for her drug-addicted girlfriend. Follow this group of friends, enemies, and lovers as they enter adulthood amidst the opioid epidemic.
Notification of adult content: this production is recommended for mature audiences only.
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May 11-20, 2018
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30PM
Sundays at 3:00PM
Talkbacks after the performance on Saturday the 12th and 19th
Tickets on sale here at UCSCtickets.com
$10 senior (62+)
$10 student w/ ID
$8 UCSC student (UCSC undergrads eligible for one $0 complimentary ticket per production; additional tickets $8 each)
$8 UCSC staff/faculty (2 tickets)
$8 UCSC alumni assoc. member (2 tickets)
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The Second Stage has 215 fixed seats and offers space for 2 wheelchairs with 1–3 guests each. There are NO STAIRS in the Second Stage.