A young artist atruggles with the loss of his overbaring father with a crow.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|The Boy||Male||Asian||18-30||To not know why you have a skill that is supposed to define yourself the starting point is. The rudimentary anxiety of The Boy is the realization that his identity and previous point of understanding his purpose was constructed by his father, and not himself. This role asks to help us explore the stage of grief in the context of a parent that never had the child's individual capacity and will in mind, in the construction of their understanding of destiny.|
|The Father||Male||Asian||55-99||A once successful writer takes out his failures on his son. He forces his son to draw, to perform. The Father has passes away but his memory is recalled by his son, in their last phone call. The character's central struggle is the rationalization of a lifetime of unactualized potential and isolation.|