“Oranges the size of pumpkins, vampires, devil horns, tutus and learning to speak “goat” – it’s Halloween and Doodle is the new kid in the quadraplex. When a neighbor dons his favorite costume, the other kids take notice, and taunts of “gay” ring in the air. This play for young audiences, presented as a staged reading, takes a look at a fifth grade boy’s journey to discover his identity and the bumps in the road along his way.”
Come join TAPs Program and Marketing Coordinator, Brian Fahey in The Transition of Doodle Pequeño, The play is about, among other things, a young boy questioning his gender identity.It was written by Gabriel Jason Dean (UT playwriting student) and directed by Abra Chusid (UT Drama/Theatre for Youth Student). It’s part of the New Works Festival at UT.
Come out March 29th or March 30th at 6:30 pm at the AT&T Conference Center (in the ampitheatre). It’s free and about an hour long.
Hope to see some of you there!