St. Francis of Millbrook

By Sky Gilbert

St. Francis of Millbrook
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Being a teenager is hard, especially if you're questioning your sexuality and growing up in rural Ontrio in the mid '90s. Add to that a temperamental, homophobia father and a tenacious love for Madonna, and it's almost unbearable. Despite it all, Luke loes working on the family ... Read more


Overview

Being a teenager is hard, especially if you're questioning your sexuality and growing up in rural Ontrio in the mid '90s. Add to that a temperamental, homophobia father and a tenacious love for Madonna, and it's almost unbearable. Despite it all, Luke loes working on the family farm, and at least he has the support of a group of local outsiders who invite him into their circle.

Sky Gilbert

SKY GILBERT is a writer, director, and drag queen extraordinaire. Dr. Gilbert holds a University Research Chair in creative writing and theatre studies at the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph.

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"Gilbert provides a good dose of humour to make his message of acceptance and tolerance more palatable..." —Paula Citron

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