New York City
It takes a village — and then some. For Tami Martin, raising her severely autistic 17-year-old son, Josh, is not only a full-time job; it’s a labor of love. But Josh’s increasingly violent outbursts and pressure from her family threaten to drive Tami’s efforts and her sanity to the brink.
Note: Due to the nature and content of this production, post-show talkbacks take place after every Sunday performance (except on April 2 and 9) and are moderated by dramaturg Margaret Knapp. Following the 7:30pm performance on April 1, playwright Deanna Jent will join Knapp for a special talkback. That evening’s show is an ASL-signed performance.