I Am is about the continual challenge of seeking liberation. As a group of young Detroit-based artists meet and interact, challenges arise as they realise their birth was political. These artists explore how they can survive and thrive in a place where everything seems to be set up against them? As clashes build, their journey leads them on a path of discovery and renewal. This play will illuminate and engage audiences in current sociopolitical challenges, utilising teaching artists through performance and conversation on race and privilege as a means of bridging communities.