It's a high-school garage party. Amanda is a genius. Ily is a drug dealer. Kit is a runaway. Mutt is a mess. Will is a shit disturber. Daniel doesn't know what he's doing there. Everyone's a bit too drunk and a bit too stoned and a bit uncomfortable in their own skin. It's an explosive combination, but it's better than being alone on a Friday night in suburbia. Youth is a dangerous time. Everyone's just looking for a place to belong. How far will things stretch without breaking? This remarkable debut by Calgary playwright Geoffrey Simon Brown is an explosive SOS from an orphaned generation desperately looking for a place to belong.