Notes from the frontlines of teaching
We can all agree that teachers are basically the unsung heroes of our country, right? That’s no joke – yet you can’t help but find the twisted humor in David Don Miller’s story. A first-year teacher placed in the Bronx whose eager idealism is squashed once he finds himself in the grit of things. Unable to manage his troubled students, Miller reaches some poignant and witty observations that reveal an unsettling truth about the school system. You know what they say; laughter’s the best medicine. Best available seating allocated by the venue on arrival. Over 18s only.
"A real-life teacher himself, the playwright exposes the flaws, contradictions and hand-tying rules that educators must contend with..."