"Growing up in the “fabulous” 70s was no picnic for precocious budding writer Phillie McDougal. But despite the nuns, the priests, bullying classmates, and his parents, he lived to tell the tales, with results no one bargained for. Including him."
"A beautifully ambitious play that feels deeply personal. A play that will stay with you long after you see it."
– Liz Thaler, [Former] Artistic Director, Fresh Fruit Festival
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