Combining romance and fantasy with a sensitive commentary on learning disabilities Akvarious Productions presents a slice of life comedy about an adolescent boy coming of age. Homi, our protagonist, can’t seem to focus in school. He is told that he has ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), which affects his concentration in class. With the help of his mother, his father's guitar, his first potential girlfriend, and some great thinkers from history, Homi comes up with creative ways of dealing with his condition. Based on the work of Pierre Pichot and adapted for the stage by Akarsh Khurana, this play tugs at the emotional strings that tie the bonds between parents and children. Younger audiences and their adults will likely find that this story speaks to people on both ends of this tender relationship, and indeed, everyone in between. For ages 9 and above.