Kill Me Now
Widower Jake has been unwavering in his care and commitment to his disabled son Joey. As Joey enters adolescence, Jake finds himself in a morally ambiguous position when it comes to charting Joey’s passage from a puberty-ravaged teenager to a self-assured young man. But when he develops a debilitating condition of his own, Jake turns from dependable to dependent and is forced to consider what the future holds for them both. Playwright Brad Fraser finds a darkly comedic way to raise controversial questions about sexuality, compassion and our own mortality.