You read that right, WE’RE IN HAMILTEN AGAIN!
I am so excited to bring a shortened version of The End of July, a play I spent all of last year working on with the Feminista playwrighting unit which I’m apart. It started out as a play I wrote in 24 Hours for a contest for my city’s Fringe Festival where it ended up winning first place. But that was in 2016, it took me two more years to develop it further with Feminista and another few months to rewrite it as a submission for HamiLTEN.It’s a play that is very special to me because it’s one of the first actual play-length script I’ve ever written. I’ve loved expanding it and now shortening it and seeing all the different ways that this story can be told and I can’t wait to do this in next year’s HamilTEN Festival.
More info to come in the New Year, in the mean time here’s a synopsis to get you ready!
Six-year-old July Jenkins has gone missing and anyone who’s anyone is following the case; each person coming up with different theories about what happened to her. Kristen is just as invested in the young girl’s disappearance, but she knows more about what happened to July than she’s willing to admit.