Rep And Rev
Semi-Finalist for the 2018 Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference
On the eve of the Bicentennial anniversary of the founding of Crenshaw Academy, student Molly Claire Williams discovers information and experiences a frightening event, both of which upend her school’s long-cherished narrative. Molly Claire confronts Ham Dugan, Head of School, demanding to reveal both important discoveries during the highly-anticipated Bicentennial celebration. Their power struggle culminates in a revolutionary reversal.
HAROLD ARRINGTON, 58, African-American male, Chief of Groundskeeping at Crenshaw Academy.
LAQUAN MONROE, 28, African-American male, a new employee in the Facilities Department at Crenshaw Academy.
HAM DUGAN, 52, White male, Head of School at Crenshaw Academy.
MOLLY CLAIRE WILLIAMS, 18. African-American female, student at Crenshaw Academy.
CASSANDRA FOX-WILLIAMS, 48, African-American female, Trustee of Crenshaw Academy and Molly Claire’s mother.