By Clea DeCrane
Directed by Kevin Kittle
With Jessica Darrow, Clea DeCrane, Andy Do, Ben Lorenz, and Regan Sims
Reyna thought she had life all figured out. As a straight-A student, health and fitness guru, and a prestigious intern at Green Communications (a monstrous think tank with eco-friendly goals), she was on top of the world.
But life after graduation is a lot messier than expected. When she discovers she's rejected from a dream job, her resentment drives her to make some bad—and dangerous—choices, fueled by jealousy and disappointment.
Station 26 develops and produces fictional narratives that revolves around identity in early adulthood, aiming to bring intimate moments of transformation in this period of young people’s lives to the forefront of their stories.
Read more at: https://www.station26productions.com/
“There’s a great deal of good writing.”
“Clea DeCrane clearly has the pulse of her time and peers.” - Woman Around Town
“DeCrane’s script is well-constructed and engaging, and her dialogue is snappy” - Stage & Cinema
“The entire cast of Bitter Greens does do a superb job of bringing Clea DeCrane’s play to life and expressing just what it means to be a millennial in today’s world” - A Seat on the Aisle