Babydoll is a queer love story, which explores the complicated boundaries between sex, intimacy and love. Zeena has landed her first job; she is abroad, alone, and out of her depth. Although she enjoys the mentorship of her enigmatic Boss, cracks begin to appear in his façade. Zeena soon finds a friend in Billie, one of his latest escorts. Billie knows herself and lives for her art, while Zeena is lost and lives to work. After a rocky start, the two fall for one another. Now, Zeena must face the unknown with a full heart and an open mind; she must navigate her own unconscious bias and desire for heteronormativity. Babydoll’s narrative is undercut with evocative movement sections. It is based on the writer’s own experiences, as well as anecdotes and conversations around sex work and bisexuality from within and outside of the creative team.