I and You

April 14 – 17 and 21 – 24, 2021

Streaming on Broadway on Demand

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Mark Ferraro-Hauck

I and You is the unexpected story we all need in 2021: a heartfelt, real, and funny reminder of how much we need each other despite our differences.

Caroline has been sick, out of school, and trapped in her room for MONTHS. Her only company is Facebook and Instagram (and TBH, she’s basically over all of the “Miss you so much, get well soon” comments). That is, until Anthony bursts in with confidence, waffle fries, and a sad posterboard for a poetry project that’s kinda….due tomorrow. As they stumble through the poetry of Walt Whitman, they begin to embrace the mystery and  “barbaric yawp” of being alive and glimpse the life-affirming reality of loving someone else.

Big ideas: isolation, desire for connection, poetry, organ donation, and childhood illness, group projects (due basically yesterday)

NOTE: Once you purchase the show through Broadway on Demand, you will have unlimited access through your Broadway on Demand portal, rather than a specific link, during the run of the show. 

If this were a movie, we would rate it

Rated PG-13

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Written By

Lauren Gunderson

Originally Commissioned and developed by

South Coast Repertory.

I and You was first produced in a rolling world premiere by

Marin Theatre Company (California), Olney Theatre (Maryland), and Phoenix Theatre (Indiana)

as part of the National New Play Network’s Continued Life Program.

Produced by special arrangement with

Playscripts, Inc.



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