Same, Yet Differnt
The play Same, Yet Differnt is about a teenage black boy who enjoys country music but never tells anyone. He's afraid of the common stereotype everyone categorizes him in. He lives in a secret world that nobody knows about. Until one day his secret comes out and nobody believes him. What kind of black man would like country? Why, why, why? Will anyone accept him? Or will the still continue to categorize him somewhere else?
Xavier is a 17 year old black boy who loves country music! He hates rap, even though he tells everyone he loves it. He pretends to care when his friends bring it up. He wants to tell someone the truth but he knows that people are quick to judge. He doesn't want to be known as the outcast who doesn't like rap. Country just seems so out of style. Watch the play to find out how we overcomes his fear.
Will they treat me the same?