Over the past several years, the debate over same-sex marriage has split the
country, deeply divided religious communities, and galvanized American politics.
Caught is a contemporary play which examines this contentious debate through
the life of one American family. The story centers around the upcoming wedding
of Kenneth and Troy, a committed gay couple living in Los Angeles. Kenneth's
estranged, culturally-conservative sister, Darlene, and her daughter Krystal
unexpectedly visit the couple's home from south Georgia only days before the
event. Through this set of circumstances, Caught explores the meaning of
'marriage,' and how the family can find a way to meet in the middle while
navigating long-standing religious values and staying true to each's core beliefs.