Curtis has only just met Everett, but he learns a lot about his new hookup—and his past—by snooping though the music on his computer.
"Bavoso writes some wincingly funny lines and Atkin takes full advantage of them; indeed, Curtis is a character Oscar Wilde could have written, if Wilde had known what Spotify is." — DC Theatre Scene
"Bavoso wrote a hilarious script full of excellent, and excellently terrible, music." — MD Theatre Guide
"John — I had a chance to see your play at the Source Theater Friday night and it packed a mighty punch. I truly did not see the twist (nor did the people behind me)! And when I did I became teary-eyed and the whole meaning of the play shifted for me. It was just lovely and so poignant. Would you tell your cast that they were marvelous? Truly your play was one of the highlights of the night." — Karen Kane, Columbia Heights
“A tender story about unlikely relationships and the secret guilt held by regret and heartbreak. Bavoso creates a story that you think is going to go one way, but delightfully goes an entirely different direction and reveals new facets to a story that we think we know. John Bavoso has an amazing gift for making a plot twist both impacting yet so natural you almost miss it's a plot twist. Kylie and Janet and Robyn and Cher is a lovely play the is both funny and heartwarming. I highly suggest reading it.” — Franky Gonzalez
• [spectrum] LGBT New Play Festival, Funky Little Theater Co., Colorado Springs, CO, July 2017
• Metropolitan State University of Denver, CO, December 2016
• Source Festival, Washington, DC, June/July 2016
Read the script on the New Play Exchange.
Photo Credit: Andrew Flurer, Gregory Atkin, and Patrick Joy in the Source Festival production; courtesy of Teresa Wood Photography