by David A. Miller

January 2022


Emma, a first-year journalism major, returns to her small hometown in Northern Maine following the recent suicide of one of her dearest friends, a popular high school senior whose religious family was vehemently opposed to his being gay. Her personal and “professional” investigation follows an unconventional, unintentionally public, and, to her friends, controversial path.

About the Playwright

David A. Miller (Playwright, Semi-Permanent) is a playwright, director, and theatre educator. His plays include The Flames (The Collective, NYC), Mystic in the Savage State (Strange Sun Theater) and Remembered: Theatrical Stories from the Rosemont Cemetery (Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble). David is Associate Professor of Theatre at Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA. Artistic Director, Plays in Bloom, Bloomsburg, PA. Member, Stillwater Writers, NYC. Member, Dramatists Guild. Resident Director, Amphibian Stage, Fort Worth, TX. MFA, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.