Gay & straight BFF’s in their twenties, navigating early adulting and dating. What could go wrong?
As told from the perspective of a gay, cis, white male. I’m sure you know the one.
In its premiere Fringe season, ‘twenty-something’ follows everyday friendship struggles and the terrifying idea of commitment in this semi-autobiographical, semi-coming-of-age, queer tale.
Along the same vein of Josh Thomas’ ‘Please like me,’ or Issa Rae’s ‘Insecure,’ this is a stripped back exploration of the struggles of twenty-something’s that seemingly never stop; of broken friendships, late nights and ghosting your dates.
Of trying to figure out life without a road map.
Warning: Contains some nudity, moderate coarse language, potentially triggering content or themes, including Alcohol Use,Misogyny,Mental Health