Huntington Theater presents, K-I-S-S-I-N-G, a co-production with the Front Porch Arts Collective at The Calderwood Pavilion in the South End and runs through Sunday, April 2.
The play from Boston native, Lenelle Moïse, is a heart-opening story that according to the online description will appeal to “fans of David Bowie, bell hooks, and fireworks by the Charles”. Unsure what to make of that but I do like Bowie. The story focuses on Lala an artist who uses the back of pizza boxes as her canvas. A sweet and sticky summer inspires her to romance Dani, a budding feminist – and Albert, his smooth-talking twin. What could possibly go wrong?
Sergio and I have plans to check out this play next week. Tickets are incredibly reasonable, making this a great option for a date or night out with friends. I highly recommend reserving time after to grab a drink at The Kartal to extend the evening out and to discuss the show.
For more informaiton or to purchase tickets visit their website, k-i-s-s-i-n-g.