SYNOPSIS: Sarah has had a rough time, but things are looking up. She has a new doctor and she’s met a nice guy named Jake—but is Jake a nice guy? And what did the doctor do to Sarah? The story takes place a few days after tomorrow, and is imbued with a sense of mystery, as the audience tries to discover what has happened in Sarah’s life that has brought her to this unnamed city at a time in the near future.
LANGUAGE: There is a fair amount of conversational strong language in the script, enough to qualify the play for an “R” rating. This language includes the frequent use of the word “fucking” (as an adjective), along with several uses of “shit” or bullshit,” and “Goddamn, “Jesus” of “Christ.”
SMOKING AND DRINKING: In one scene, Sarah and Jake are having dinner, and he consumes a fair amount of wine.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES?“i” is suitable for general audiences, although conservative audience members will likely be put off by the strong language. Teenagers will find the play interesting, but parents are cautioned about the language. The play is not suitable for pre-teens.
RATING: If it were a movie, “i” would be rated “R” for language.