An Italian prince and a sneaky monk conspire to disinherit an successor by misgendering his female cousin. Raised as a boy, Gabriel (Christina Pavao) is the well-liked heir to the prince’s fortune, but chaos ensues upon meeting her ne’er-do-well cousin Astolphe (Kelly Robertson). Astolphe falls in love, or maybe just wants to marry into a fortune, and Gabriel makes the tough decision to forsake the many, many social advantages of living as a man. Director Rebecca Maxfield assembled an cast of female and non-binary actors for this minimal production, with Robertson a clear standout as the oddly vulnerable Astolphe. With his “peasant’s muscles” he’s constantly getting into bar fights, but Robertson injects nuance and conflict into her performance.