Stop Kiss follows the unlikely relationship of Callie, a seasoned New Yorker, and Sara, a St. Louis girl new to the big city. A friendship between the two develops into an unexpected and unspoken attraction and a tentative first kiss leads to a shocking act of violence. Playwright Son presents the story with a shifting timeline of past and present that allows the story to slowly unfold in a manner that is at once heartbreaking and comic, but ultimately hopeful.
by Diana Son
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
Adult language and themes; intended for mature audiences.
Nov. 5-7 and Nov. 12-14 at 7 p.m.
$8 general admission; $7 seniors and non-CWU students; $5 CWU students with ID
Milo Smith Tower Theatre
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