The Workshop by kateyes085
In order to fulfill a college credit requirement, Agron signs up for an acting class. Many students believe this will be an easy A, but the teacher makes it very clear that he is going to push everyone's limits, explore difficult topics like domestic abuse and racism, and that they will have to work. Agron is a assigned a play with quiet art student, Nasir. They are playing men who are not only in a romantic relationship, but living in a domestic abuse situation. Not one to back down from a challenge, Agron jumps in head first, even though he is slightly nervous about the kissing scene...he isn't gay afterall. However, a spark ignites between the two men, and both must comes to terms with their new, and somewhat scary, feelings.
What a great story so far! The chemistry between Agron and Nasir is quite sweet, even though they suffer from awkward moments and confusion over their feelings for one another. It will be interesting to see how their relationship plays out. Nasir is hiding a frightening secret that will not only help him in his role in the play, but will also probably draw him closer to Agron. I can't wait!