A sexually assaulted teenager resists conformity but finds freedom through the poetic form of Shakespeare's sonnets and the physical forms of Taekwondo.
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Socratic Parenting / Maybe I Will
Sandy Peareson loves Shakespeare and aspires to attend the Julliard School of Drama in New York City. At 16, Sandy’s biggest concern is what role to play in the high school spring musical Peter Pan. Then with the Ides of March comes an unsettling event that Sandy endures alone and in silence. Sandy changes abruptly from an outgoing, confident teenager into a confused and tormented victim. Escape through alcohol provides temporary relief, but recasts Sandy as the criminal rather than the victim. Sandy’s closest friends waver in their response from simple desertion to outright betrayal. Will new friendships result in new betrayals? Can Sandy withstand the external pressures and sort through the inner voices to develop real character?