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By kai fig taddei
Foreword by Paula Wing
Subjects: Family Life, Western Playwrights, British Columbia, (Im)migration, Theatre for Young Audiences, Dating & Sex, By Age — 15–18, 2SLGBT / Queer Theatre
Casting: 4 roles
Imprint: Playwrights Canada Press
Paperback : 9780369103826, 120 pages, November 2022
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780369103833, 250 pages, November 2022
Ebook (PDF) : 9780369103840, 250 pages, November 2022


  • Short-listed, Lambda Literary Award for Drama 2023


Estranged teenage cousins Eli and Kat have recently met online and bonded over their queer identities, but they have a limited understanding of each other’s very different realities. In Italy, soft-spoken Eli is trying to find a way to come out as trans to his conservative Roman Catholic family. In Canada, strong-headed Kat is desperate for connection to a culture and place she’s never known.

Kat and her friend Hannah are the only ones who know that Eli is trans—not even his brother Matteo knows. And while her intentions are good, Kat’s decision to crowdfund a flight for Eli to attend Toronto Pride unknowingly outs him to the public, setting off a chain of events that leave the cousins and their loved ones reeling.

Full of poetry, laughter, and big questions, this touching story paints a portrait of what it’s like for young people wanting to reconcile what they’ve inherited with what feels right.