Charming but timid college student Mando is your typical hopeless romantic. He meets Barry, an out-and-proud basketball star who is practically a prince from a fairytale. The only thing spoiling Mando's happy ending is the fact that Barry already has a boyfriend. To move on, Mando goes out with liberated architecture student Krisha and the two become lovers. One fateful day, Barry walks back into Mando's life. Now, he needs to choose - will it be mind over heart or heart over mind?
Krisha joins the rest of the theater group in staging an LGBTQIA+ rally for their theater adviser, Mr. Siwa. Amidst the chaos of preparations, Vince and Leslie uncover Barry and Mando's secret.
Armando Deputado Jr., aka Mando, a college freshman is cast in the role of Romeo in their school’s play, Romeo and Juliet. To celebrate his little victory, he goes out with his friends for some street food. Unknown to him, his college life is about to turn into an exhilarating roller coaster ride as he meets and instantly falls for the varsity player of another school, Barry.
Barry and his boyfriend break up, putting the cager in low spirits. In a bid to comfort him, Mando and Krisha join him on a trip out of town. Mando gets uneasy as he deals with his recurring feelings for Barry.
Things between Mando and Barry come to a head. With emotions running high, the two make a mistake that will surely hurt Krisha.
Heartbroken over Barry, Mando decides to get past his feelings and focus on his role in the school play. He meets Krisha, a bright and liberated architecture student playing the Juliet to his Romeo. As the two get to know each other in rehearsals, Mando and Krisha find themselves in a budding romance. Taking their relationship from on-stage to real-life, they meet each other's families.
With heavy hearts, Mando and Krisha perform their roles as Romeo and Juliet. Barry watches from the sidelines, silently hoping for the best.