Whatever happened to your high school ‘queen’?
Everyone wonders what happened to Jen Nash, Kingston High’s beautiful May Queen of ‘99. When she suddenly resurfaces back in town as a temp things are a far cry from what anyone imagined. It’s a mixed up mash-up when an unexpected high school reunion meets the hilarity of The Office!
“an inspired tragicomedy…crackling with humor and raw emotions”
The Huffington Post
Co-Produced by Rivers Agency
This new comedy can be enjoyed by everyone who ever went to high school or who’s ever worked in an office! Contains some adult themes and language and is recommended for audiences 14 and older.
1 Hours and 40 Minutes. There will be no intermission.
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The Daily Tar Heel
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The Herald Sun
November 24, 2016
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Triangle Arts & Entertainment
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