Josh Baskin is sick of being an awkward kid. At a carnival, he makes a wish to the Zoltar machine to become "big." To his shock, his wish is granted. After an understandably awkward beginning, Josh is forced to do "adult" things, like getting a job and a girlfriend. In the end, he discovers that there's much more to being an adult than he bargained for and learns that we must all grow up at our own pace, in our own time.
Directed by Ken Risch
Ken is dean of the School of Fine Arts at Viterbo University. He has been an actor, director, and/or designer for over 30 years and has worked with professional, community, and/or educational theatres in Wisconsin, Louisiana, Alaska, and Iowa. This is his LCT debut. Ken feels that theatre is a collaborative art form that combines elements from the other visual and performing arts to provide entertainment and enlightenment.