Stop Kiss


Stop Kiss, a play by Diana Son, is a story about love, innocence, and queer identity in America at the turn of the millennium. Callie and Sara, two women in New York City, fall unexpectedly in love, only to be violently attacked by a man on the street after their first kiss. Sara is put into a coma, the story of the assault makes the national news, and Callie is forced to confront the social and political realities of being in a lesbian relationship for the first time.

TRIGGER WARNING: Description of Assault, Hate Crimes

Thursday, October 5th, 8pm
Friday, October 6th, 8pm
Saturday, October 7th, 8pm


Callie: Alex O'Shea
Sara: Naomi Okada
George: Nicholas Ticali
Peter: Jacob Casel
Mrs. Winsley/Nurse: Sige Zheng
Detective Cole: Nathan Mullen


Director: Maggie Rothberg
Stage Manager: Lucy de Lotbinière
Assistant Stage Manager: Aby Crystal
Set Design: Ava Calabrese Grob
Costume Design: Jordan Roe
Prop Design: Christopher Desanges
Lighting Design: Max Johnson
Sound Design: Jack Warren
Master Electrician: Levi Ask
Master Carpenter: Jordan Tragash