By Stephen Karam, Directed by Mitchell Nease, ‘18 Perko Black Box Theatre.
When a scandal threatens to erupt in a small Oregon town, three misfit teens band together to investigate the allegations and in the process form a speech and debate club in their high school. This dark comedy is a genuinely hilarious and emotional story of the drama found in both real life and on the stage as the characters explore sexuality, identity, and personal power. "Karam comes through as a writer whose voice is clear, laugh-out-loud funny and uncannily tuned to the way teens talk." —NY Daily News