On the eve of their high school graduation, six girls meet up in the food court at the mall to talk about clothes, boys, sex and their future. It's a typical rowdy scene, but what sets these girls apart - their disabilities, their poverty, the color of their skin - is also what may stand in the way of them having a future worth dreaming about. A funny, wild and heartbreaking play that lets these brave, angry and 'succulent' sisters speak for themselves. Karen Kessler directs. Written by Susan Nussbaum.