About Memories We Lost in the Fire
Lies, sex and broken promises. A brand new play which tells the story of Charlie, Jenny and Taylor, three lives that become perilously intertwined.
We live in a world where there is increasing discussion surrounding the topic of sexual identity. Figures in popular culture have begun openly expressing their sexual identities outside of the visible heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual, expanding to the more reticent pansexual, polysexual and asexual. Young people consume pop culture now more than ever and according to statistics are much more likely to identify as such over the older generations. Representation of these identities is important, with Memories We Lost In the Fire we follow Charlie, a young person who finds himself in love with two people. His struggle to balance his feelings for both of them, a man and a woman respectively, although portrayed dramatically, this is a manifestation of the conflict that young people coming to terms with their identity face.
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