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Sunday, February 3, 2019

A Boy Called Po Retroactive Review

 A Boy called Po is about a widower who raises his autistic son and their challenges. While the school system wants Po in special education, his father fights to keep Po in mainstream education.

Act I

Act one grabs your attention introduces all the character elements, including Po's dad, who fights to keep his son in mainstream education and not be scapegoated for being bullied.

Act II

Po's condition degrades until he is placed in a live-in facility. The energy between all the characters is superb. The relationship between Christopher Graham and Julian Feder is excellent. Graham's character meets one of Po's therapists and falls for her, played by Katlin Doubleday, who encourages Po's dad to not let Po drift away for good.


The Conflict is resolved when Po is let back into school and expelled from the school bullying. He goes to see his mom

I give A Boy Called Po a A-

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