Commissioned by the Clark University Theatre Department,

K-I-S-S-I-N-G follows several teenagers as they try to make sense of their economic inheritances and emotional baggage. When “around-the-way-girl” Lala meets brainy, affluent Dani, they muddle through their class differences to have an inseparable summer of firsts. Fueled by a mutual love of visual art and old school music, they flirt and debate in museums, forests and on the hood of Dani’s fancy car. It seems romantic. So why aren’t they K-I-S-S-I-N-G?

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