What I Have Left To Eat was first produced as a part of Patrick's Cabaret's Latinx-Q under the direction of Hector Chavarria. The play is an exploration of intimacy between ourselves and those around us. It gives language to the lived experience of resilience in a way that is centered on the survivor. The play uses poetry and spirit to move through hardship, to power through coming out as both queer and someone who has been harmed. It is a love letter to ourselves and a fuck you to machistas. It is a tale of overcoming with and for oneself.