ASSENT by Erik Champney
       
     
ASSENT by Erik Champney
       
     
ASSENT by Erik Champney

Thurston is determined to make Harrison admit the truth about their father. This is the conversation they’ve waited their entire lives to have, but it will stir bitter memories of two little boys and the love they learned to live without. Assent pits the desire to change against the new phase of a malignant cycle, and Thurston will have to decide, once and for all, if his family is worth it.

Premiere Production, T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre; dir. Lori Kee. New York, NY.

Pictured: Malachy Silva (L) as Harrison and Tommy Buck as Thurston in Assent, directed by Lori Kee and presented by T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre, New York, NY.