Love Me for Who I Am... And for What I Want to Be

About the Show

Ricky wants to be a nurse but his parents don’t think his dream career is masculine enough. Zuzu wants respect and safety walking down the street past harassers who treat her body as an object. How does conforming to the gender binary affect ourselves and our relationships? How can we break the cycle and culture of toxic masculinity? How can we resist these outer expectations and love each other for who we are and for who we want to be? Presented by our Hetrick-Martin Theatre Troupe.

http://www.tonyc.nyc/hmiatthetank


Mar 12, 2018

312 West 36th Street / First Floor / New York, NY 10018