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A theatrical memoir on brotherhood, bullying, identity and intolerance. Eaves tells the story of his younger brother who was the most bullied kid in school. Two adopted brothers growing up in a rural American town: Christopher is quick, bright and adaptable. His brother is small, a poor student and achingly innocent. Amid the pastoral beauty of their surroundings, the brothers come up against the inherent cruelty in all of us. Christopher manages to survive through speed and wit. His less nimble, sweet-natured brother is caught in the cross-hairs of his tormentors, with nowhere to run. Threaded through his brothers story is Eaves own struggle a gay kid fighting to keep his identity a secret because he knows that if its revealed then he too will be bullied. Ultimately the play is a love letter to his brother who he not only failed to protect but, unwittingly, bullied. This is the story of a deep and abiding love.
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