Housebound and ill, Caroline hasn't been to school in months. Confined to her room, she has only Instagram, Facebook, and Zoom for company. Then a classmate Anthony, bursts onto her screen – uninvited and armed with a delivery of waffle fries, a copy of Walt Whitman's poetry, and a school project due the next day...
Caroline and Anthony are opposites. Caroline's sardonic quips cover the burden of her illness and her fear of hope. Anthony is replete with life, upbeat, a dynamo of energy and happiness. Together, they discover issues they both face while unlocking a deeper mystery.
Underscoring their growing intimacy are portions of Whitman's poetic lyricism, which not only fuels the characters but is regenerative for us as well.
This sweet, quick-witted dramedy will leave you valuing your life and those who pass through it.
The show run-time is about 90 minutes.
There is some adult language in the show.
Caroline: Karin Terry (she/they)
Karin is Seattle based performer and teaching artist. Karin has been seen most recently performing online with the Memphis Belles; an Andrew's Sisters style singing trio. She has performed with theatres such as Reboot, Seattle G&S, Driftwood Players, and Secondstory Repertory. They are proud to be braving the world of pandemic theatre with such lovely artists by their side!
Anthony: Kody Smith (he/him)
Kody is 19 years old, from Everett, Washington and is currently earning his BFA in Acting and Directing at Pacific Lutheran University. Some notable past roles of his include Associate Pastor in PLU's "The Christians," Peter Pan in Everett High School's "Peter and The Starcatcher" and as Benny in Village Theatre Kidstage's "In The Heights!" He would like to extend a big thank you to all his friends and family that support him every day and of course to Andrew and Karin who are both amazing human beings to work with!
Andrew Coopman (he/they)
As always, BAT’s Shelter-in-place Seasons are pay-what-you-will. If money is tight, see the show for as little as $1. If money is not so tight, help keep BAT alive during COVID-19 with a higher donation. (Please keep in mind the maximum our link page can accept at one time is $10,000.) BAT looks forward to seeing you at the show! Get your tickets (Zoom link) by donating HERE.