Dennis lives in the sexual fast-lane of webcams and hook-up apps, but his recent diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer and its subsequent treatments are putting a kibosh on his libido. Unlike many of his peers, Dennis survived the decimation of the AIDS epidemic physically, though not emotionally, intact. Now fifty-something, Dennis confronts a health-scare that hurls him into an identity crisis, waging a personal war between his favorite pastime and life itself. When the sudden prospect of intimacy with a younger man disrupts Dennis’s sexual status quo, his non-committal nature competes with an uncertain future. Humorous and heart-wrenching, Dennis looks at aging, grief, and changing identity, and asks not who we are, but who we become, when facing mortality and moving on from a past we’re compelled to honor.
Run Time: 90 Minutes with no intermission.