LAST NIGHT is a dark comedy that explores the aftermath of a hate crime, specifically through a queer lens. On the night immediately after a hate crime, four women come together in the place of the attack and try their best to find “normal” and to get back to their lives, despite the feeling of ever-present danger. LAST NIGHT is a play about healing, understanding and resilience. How do we recover? How can we come together as a community? And what scars are left open?
This play (and playwright) is one of the two selected for commission from our Fair Play Initiative – a commission program for LGBTQ playwrights made possible with support from OUR FUND.