A Case For The Existence of God
264 Huntington Ave Boston
Inside an Idaho office cubicle, a mortgage broker (Keith) and a yogurt plant worker (Ryan) unexpectedly bring each other into their fragile worlds that revolve around their infant daughters. Ryan, white and divorced, wants to buy a plot of land that his family once owned in the hopes of making a stable life for his daughter. Keith, a Black, gay mortgage broker, wants to help Ryan, but is also dealing with challenges to his plans to adopt his foster child. With humor, empathy, and deep compassion, playwright Samuel D. Hunter commingles these two lives in a beautiful, fatherhood-centered story that is both intimate and epic at the same time.
Thru - Feb 17, 2024