What happens when a black, gay teen in a small Kansas town discovers Angel's in America at the library?
when last we flew, the breakout hit at the 2010 New York International Fringe Festival, is a moving coming-of-age story about family, love, sexuality, race and personal revelation. Written by Harrison David Rivers, when last we flew has received workshops at the Lincoln Center Director's Lab, New York Theatre Workshop and the Sundance Theater Lab.
In August 2010, when last we flew premiered to critical acclaim at The New York International Fringe Festival, where it won awards for Outstanding Play and Outstanding Performance (actress Rory Lipede). As a result, the production was invited to appear in the FringeNYC Encores Series, playing four additional performances in September 2010.