by Jordan Elizabeth Henry

Philadelphia – April 2018


In the far north, a mysterious Chamber deep beneath the sea ice is about to be permanently flooded. Once the main source of revenue for the small adjacent town, the Chamber has been abandoned for years after a half-forgotten tragedy. Julian, a woman riding the tides of her mania and depression, has returned home to this small town after years away to write a book with her best friend, Hector, about the death of her twin sister, Lucy, at a young age. But Julian has ulterior motives that she’s keeping from Hector and her older sister, Catherine – and it all hangs on the Chamber beneath the ice.

About the Playwright

Jordan Elizabeth Henry is a playwright currently living and working in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her nerdy Great Dane and her absolutely delightful husband. Her short plays have been produced throughout North America, most notably in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, New York, and Toronto. She’s a member of the Dramatists’ Guild and is currently a playwriting mentor with the Muse of Fire Project. You can read her work on the New Play Exchange and find out more about her projects at twitter: @j_liz_henry