Playbill | Flower Children

University Theatre
presents

FLOWER CHILDREN

Written by George Jack

A young woman comes home to celebrate her birthday with her parents. But the more questions she asks, the further away she moves from the truth she thought she knew — the truth about them, and about herself.

Kennedy-Mcllwee Studio Theatre
Frank Thompson Hall

Setting
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GEORGE JACK

Playwright

George is an associate professor at Saint Augustine’s University. His recent plays have been produced by The Women’s Theatre Festival (Futures Past), Goodly Frame Theatre (A Present for the Present), Cary Playwrights Forum/Creative Greensboro (A Different Drummer radio play), and The Dramatists Guild (Replay). George has a BA from William and Mary and an MFA from Louisville. He thanks you for being in the audience!

MEREDITH BIECHELE

Director

Meredith is an alumna of NC State and graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering in 2018. She participated in a variety of performances at University Theatre which includes directing, designing, and producing a modern adaptation of 1984 as her Honors capstone. Meredith currently lives in Durham with her boyfriend and his cat.

NAT M. SHERWOOD

The Daughter

Nat (They/Them) is a Raleigh-native and 2019 alumna of both NC State University and NYC’s Atlantic Acting School Summer Intensive. They are a non-binary actor and playwright, having most recently portrayed Billy in Enemy of the People. Other recent credits include Tybalt and Paris in Romeo and Juliet, Jean-Paul Marat in MARAT/SADE, Demetrius and Quince in The Midsummer Experience, and Sunny Jacobs in The Exonerated. Follow them at @natmsherwood on Instagram for more.

STEPHANIE TURNER

The Mother

A Georgia native, Stephanie has been active in the Triangle since 2018. Her next project is Radium Girls at Studio 1.

DARIUS ALSTON

The Father

Darius is a senior in business administration – entrepreneurship with minors in French and theatre. He made both his acting and University Theatre debut in the Fall 2021 production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has also worked as a volunteer in the UT scene shop. Darius plans to graduate in Fall 2022 and focus on building his own conglomerate brand.