Growing up in a community where opportunities are scarce, Nehemiah feels burdened with the responsibility of rebuilding his fractured family. When tragedy rips a hole in his world, he must decide whether to fulfill that responsibility or seek revenge, and which life he was destined to live. 

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    "What does my past tell you about me?
    When you glance at my outward appearance what do you see?"


    Arianna Brumfield 


    Playwright's Bio

    Arianna Brumfield (she/her) hails from Jackson, MS where she attends JPS-Tougaloo Early College High School. She enjoys creating art and expressing herself through different mediums, which has led her to her love of writing and using her experiences as a way to tell a story and create a message. She has two proud parents, Roderick and Adrianne, an older brother Marcus, and a twin sister Arielle. She previously received a superior award at the Mississippi Junior Thespian Individual Events Showcase, where her love for theatre grew beyond measure. She would like to thank her friends, family, and loved ones for their comfort and support, and Jesus Christ for his unconditional love and guidance. 

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    The juxtaposition of two different forms of gun violence intersecting with (and destroying) this family is heartbreaking and have been woven together in a very compelling play. 

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