Synopsis by Tracie Cooper
Stephen Townsend directs Kingston High, the MTV-produced tale of a high-school comic book artist (Jeramie Gladman) whose virginity (and the journey towards losing it) is constant topic fodder amongst his group of friends. Sketch's (Gladman) friends, similar to their teen brethren in American Pie, have collaborated within themselves in order to find Sketch a suitable partner by prom night. The laid-back Sketch, however, would much prefer to spend the night smoking pot and drawing comic book art. Despite Sketch's relative oblivion, a love triangle of sorts is created when he ignores the signals from nice-girl Marcy (Chastity Dotson) and gears what enthusiasm he has outside of his art towards Trina (Nicole Pulliam), a notoriously hot fellow student.
artist, friendship, high-school, love-triangle, prom, virgin