The Gantry Girls Come Home by Stephen Spotswood

SYNOPSIS:
The Gantry sisters somehow managed to survive their strange, violent youth: poverty, a mentally ill mother, sexual and emotional abuse. When they return home to be at their mother’s deathbed, they begin to unearth old crimes—ones that threaten to tear their family apart unless they figure out how to bury the bodies for good.
CAST SIZE: 6F
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BIO:
Stephen Spotswood is a DC-based playwright, educator, and journalist. He received his MFA in Playwriting from Catholic University in 2009. He is a company member of Pinky Swear Productions, a frequent dramaturg at Theater J, and a member of Forum Theatre's artist ensemble. He has several tattoos, a cat named Mulder, and writes almost exclusively female protagonists. Most of his work can be found on the New Play Exchange. You can follow him on Twitter at @playwrightsteve.
CURRENT CITY: Washington, DC 
CONTACT: spotswood@gmail.com
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