Echo After Echo
Zara Evans has come to the Aurelia Theater, home to director Leopold Henneman, to play a dream role in Echo and Ariston, the Greek tragedy that taught her everything she knows about love. When the director asks Zara to promise that she will have no outside commitments, no distractions, it's easy to say yes. But are the deaths at the theater accidents, or murder, or a curse that always comes in threes? When assistant lighting director Eli Vasquez, a girl made of tattoos and abrupt laughs and every form of light, looks at Zara it's hard not to fall in love.
Culture/Ethnicity; LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Disability and Health; Immigrants and refugees; Gay/Lesbian; Addiction; immigrant family; lesbian; lesbian teenager; same-sex relationship; drug addiction; substance abuse
Cybils Awards, 2017, Nominee, Young Adult Fiction
theater; play; acting; props; costumes; love; sexuality; city; auditions; lead; murder; curse
Capetta, Amy Rose, "Echo After Echo" (2017). Diverse Families. 2143.