WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
This shatteringly poetic and beautiful story jumps between a hopeful future and an uncertain present to show a unique perspective on the scourge of urban violence. Eighteen-year-old Tray is committed to making something of himself. He's working on his college essays, boxing at the gym, and holding down a part time job. When he happens to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, a senseless act ends his life, leaving his family to ponder what might have been. "Lee offers a drama with writing so intimate that it bestows her story with the power to unlock hearts and have audiences more fully and seriously consider the lives at stake today amid the violence in America." - Louisville Courier-Journal