Written by Rich Espey, the play follows four young women coping with the death of a classmate in a high-class New England boarding school. There's Kat (Sarah Ford Gorman), the pushy and driven captain of the cross-country team, who speaks with a sweet Southern lilt but seethes with a deep, buried resentment that even she can't name. Maddy (Emily Sucher) buzzes with nervous energy, always anxiously brushing her fingers across her lips. Her father prescribed to her some medication to help her excel in her studies, and she pops the pills incessantly, claiming they help her focus on her final thesis. Julia (Grace Yeon) struggles with her identity and her sexuality, both longing for acceptance and keeping everyone at arm's length. Kenya (Rachel Reckling) just arrived for her first year at the school, dismayed at being one of the few African-American students and at having moved so far from her family and friends.