An adamantly biblical teenager discovers his childhood romance and fervently pursues her, not realizing she’s an unyielding atheist.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|ISAAC FRANKLIN||Male||African American||18-20||Isaac is very lonely biblical teenager. Part of the reason he’s lonely is his resistance to make friends that don’t share the same beliefs as him. Due to his mom moving both of them to Arizona from Hawthorne, he was separated from those who he’d grown up with. He spent almost eight years in Arizona. He finally gets the opportunity to come back and visit his old neighborhood in Hawthorne, where he discovers his childhood romance.|
|JAZELLE FREEMAN||Female||African American||18-20||She is very reserved due to the past she’s had. She is Isaac’s childhood romance, but she doesn’t remember Isaac when he returns. She continued to grow up in Hawthorne even after Isaac left, but after middle school, she decided to go to high school in Manhattan Beach. This is where she became a cheerleader and received a cheerleading scholarship to Syracuse. She leaves to Syracuse the same day that Isaac goes back to Arizona after his visit. This gives Isaac little time with Jazelle.|
|ARNIE||Female||Any||18-20||He can be very disrespectful to women at times. He sees himself as superior to them. He’s a little bit arrogant and prideful about the experiences he’s had with women. He likes and finds enjoyment out of exposing others regarding any embarrassing experiences that they’ve had. He enjoys laughing at and not with people. He likes to make the group laugh and enjoys attention.|
|DAKOTA||Female||African American||15-20||He just likes to have fun. He likes being in big groups. He also likes socializing. This leads him to wanting to introduce Isaac (who’s very introverted) to his friends (who are very extroverted). For Dakota, the more friends the better.|
|SHAYLA||Female||Any||15-19||She is very open about herself. She’s not ashamed of who she is and likes sharing experiences about herself. She never gets made fun of because those around her know that they can’t get to her. She has a very high self-esteem and doesn’t mind if people try to make jokes about her, even though they tend not to.|
|BRUCE||Male||African American||18-20||He can be very threatening. He can come off as a bully. He doesn’t like being denied of something he wants. He makes sure that people know that whatever he wants, he can have. He’s the type that might take your basketball while you’re playing with it and walk off. He can also be forceful.|