By JuCoby Johnson
Directed by Braxton Rae
Four ten-year-olds meet at a wedding. Little do they know, they will become the center of each other’s lives for decades to come. Jumping through time, we see these people only during important life moments such as prom, funerals, weddings, anniversaries and even divorces. …but you could’ve held my hand uses dance, music and poetry to explore sexuality, gender, race, love and blackness in a beautiful meditation on how love manifests in our lives as we experience life’s ups and downs.
Contains mature language and themes. Contains brief scene that includes a state of undress and simulated nudity.
Runtime is 100 minutes with no intermission.
October 6 at 7:30 p.m. (PREVIEW)
October 7-8, 11-14 at 7:30 p.m.
October 8-9, 16 at 2:00 p.m.
Reviews and Inside Look
- Meet the Cast of ...but you could've held my hand - Off Book: A Theatre and Dance Blog
- Inviting Audiences Into a Space of Authenticity and Love in ...but you could've held my hand - Off Book: A Theatre and Dance Blog
- ...but you could've held my hand Preview Trailer - Texas Theatre and Dance Vimeo
- Theatre Review: ...but you could've held my hand at UT Theatre and Dance - Sightlines
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