As some of you reading this will know, Adam Sultan is a real guy. Lives in Austin. He’s a musician, composer, dancer, writer, performer, teacher. A great, open-hearted human being.
This is a play about his life as it might be. We turn the clock forward by 40 years. It’s the year 2052, and Adam is in his eighties. Many of his dearest friends have died, including his wife — and much has changed. Including Adam. Over the years he’s gone from happy and adventurous to cranky and withdrawn, in large part because the community he was once a part of has disintegrated around him.