SYNOPSIS: It's 1974 and Jules finds small-town existence stifling. He lives for listening to the latest records with his best friend Jill, but dreams of an exciting life in New York City. While Jules’ mother is in the hospital, his father is trying his best at home with his only son. Jules encounters Francis, an openly gay, Bowie-loving young man and romance begins to bloom as Jules slowly discovers and acknowledges his sexuality. Jules also encounters Victor, an angry young man from a troubled home who seeks relief by pounding on the drums in his basement. All four young people experience a tumultuous New Year's Eve and younger Jules makes a decision that will change his life and all those around him.
Directed by Matthew Wright
Choreographed by Holly Handman-Lopez
Cast: Jim Bray, Ben Richardson-Piche, Hanny Shykind, Tyler Tanner, Jay Lee