by ADI ESHMAN
On the last night at a Southern California Jewish summer camp, a boys’ cabin holds a trial to decide the fate of their friend: is Levine gay… or not?
Adi Eshman is a playwright, screenwriter, and teacher based in Brooklyn, NY. His plays have had readings and workshops at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Last Frontier, Los Angeles Theatre Center, the Tank, the New Ohio, Ophelia Theater, Nuyorican Poets Café, Theater for the New City, and Cherry Lane Theatre. His recent works include Bigger? Sugar? Figure? (Commission: Off Top), King Lesbian (Los Angeles Theatre Center), Three Body Problem (Last Frontier), Painters (Chelsea Studios) and Ostropol (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre). He currently works as a writer's assistant on Steven Soderbergh's new HBO drama, Mosaic. He is a recipient of the NYU Jewish Studies Grant, a member of The Civilians’ Field Research Team, and a proud member of the Dramatists Guild. He holds a BA from NYU Gallatin.