ARTHUR
You look good, too

TODD
[Eh]
I look my age
Which
I didn’t even realize that fifty-one had a look until Julie said something the other day
I’m starting to lose my hair

ARTHUR
Really?
No

TODD
God, yes
Here
And here

ARTHUR
I wouldn’t have known

TODD
That’s kind of you to say
But when I look at myself in the mirror these days
All I see are the inches lost
My forehead is huge

ARTHUR
Your forehead is not /
Huge—

TODD
It is
It is
You could land a plane right here
In the space right above my eyebrows?
It would have to be a very small plane
But a plane none-the-less

TO LET GO AND FALL
6M

Todd and Arthur are two former ballet dancers who reunite at New York’s Lincoln Center Plaza having not seen each other for more than 25 years. This beautifully-told story takes us through the lives of both men, their choices, their regrets, and their coming to terms with age, illness and sexual identity.

Productions

Theater Latte Da, Minneapolis, 2019, dir. Peter Rothstein

Readings/Workshops

Workshop, NEXT Festival, Theatre Latte Da, Minneapolis, 2018, dir. Peter Rothstein