Hazel just landed a job at a top law firm, bought a condo and married Mitch, who adores her. Then an accident on her honeymoon leaves her unable to remember anything about the past six years. Adrift in unanswered questions, Hazel must find who she is without knowing who she was. And what about a husband who’s now a stranger? An eerily captivating drama about the mysteries of second chances by an up-and-coming new playwright.
Previews: April 12-16, 2020
First Night: April 17, 2020
Regular Performances: April 18 – May 3, 2020
Recommendation: High school and above. Contains adult language.
Caroline V. McGraw has written numerous plays including Ultimate Beauty Bible, Believeland, The Bachelors, Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys, The Vaults and The King is Dead. Her work has been produced and developed at theatres across the country including Page 73, Lesser America, Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Theater Ninjas/Maelstrom Arts Collective, New Georges, The Lark's Playwrights Week, Naked Angels, Second Stage Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, IAMA Theatre Company, Washington Ensemble Theatre, Studio 42, City Theatre Pittsburgh and Ars Nova. She is an alumna of the Civilians R&D Group, Interstate 73 and the Primary Stages Dorothy Strelsin New American Writers Group. McGraw was the 73 Playwriting Fellow (2013), aTow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence (2016) and a New Georges Audrey Resident (2018). She is working on commissions from Yale Repertory, Manhattan Theatre Club/The Alfred E. Sloan Foundation and SCR. McGraw is a member of The Kilroys, a grassroots organization advocating for women, trans and non-binary writers on American stages. She is a graduate of the playwriting program at the Yale School of Drama, where she studied under Paula Vogel.