Set in a counselor's office, touch, a one-man show, provides a glimpse into the lives of six Latino young men in NYC. During a series of counseling sessions, these men reveal their vulnerabilities while struggling with issues of isolation, acceptance, identity and illness. Francisco Roque is a first generation Cuban-American writer, actor, director and activist from Miami, Florida. As a writer and director, his works include Calla's and Silent Rhythm, both of which were produced in Los Angeles by the Upward Bound Gang Theatre Company.
Part of the Downtown Urban Theater Festival.