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Six Years Old

by Sam Silbiger

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"Adelaide is six years old, and she knows a few things: her stupid babysitter Kim is stupid, her younger brother Dewey is a naked mole rat, and she does not like being treated like a girl. Though Kim takes Adelaide's frustrations seriously and tries to offer support, Adelaide's peers and family discourage her, leaving her to seek out dangerous measures in order to transform into who she was born to be (her hero, Han Solo). Six years old is a comic and poignant play reflecting back on the wild fantasies and serious desires of queer childhood"--Page [4] of cover.… (more)
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"Adelaide is six years old, and she knows a few things: her stupid babysitter Kim is stupid, her younger brother Dewey is a naked mole rat, and she does not like being treated like a girl. Though Kim takes Adelaide's frustrations seriously and tries to offer support, Adelaide's peers and family discourage her, leaving her to seek out dangerous measures in order to transform into who she was born to be (her hero, Han Solo). Six years old is a comic and poignant play reflecting back on the wild fantasies and serious desires of queer childhood"--Page [4] of cover.

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