The misguided passion of young lovers, hate speech and the power of compassion are explored in this debut performance with live actors.
When a large swastika is carved into the front lawn of a Berkeley Community Center, Kyoko and Ben Rosen suspect that the perpetrator could be Link, the skinhead boyfriend of their teen aged daughter, Lily. Kyoko tracks down Link's media posts and discovers virulent Neo-Nazi propaganda. The Rosens take action and serious consequences follow.
Lynne Kaufman is an award winning, nationally recognized playwright. She teaches writing at The Fromm Institute and OLLISF.
Presented by the Playwrights Lab.