Luke and Adam are in love and have been living together for several years even though Luke, a closeted, conservative Christian, feels his homosexual desires are sinful. When Luke is in an accident and dying, his parents arrive on the scene, marginalizing Adam. The play includes flashbacks of Luke and Adam's developing relationship, plus the drama unfolding in the hospital. A look at love and marriage, and how we face death, regardless of faith or sexual orientation.
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