Is there anything more fabulous than Palm Springs after the end of the world? For one tight group of gay men, a post-pandemic getaway is the perfect chance to reunite, reclaim their time, and replace the gloom with some gossip. But as soon as the drinks start pouring, truths start spilling, and this chosen family quickly realizes the world has changed. So, here’s to navigating evolving friendships and getting things straight…kind of.
To My Girls is a Donna and Ben M. Rosen Commission.
J.C. LEE – PLAYWRIGHT
JC writes for theatre, film and television. He co-wrote and executive produced the critically-acclaimed “Luce” (based on his play which premiered at Lincoln Center in 2013) starring Octavia Spencer and Naomi Watts and premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. His plays include “What You Are” (Old Globe) “Relevance” (MCC), “warplay” (New Conservatory Theatre Center, SF) and “Pookie Goes Grenading” (Azuka Theatre, PHL). He’s received commissions and fellowships from the Old Globe, South Coast Repertory, Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage, The National New Play Network and the Playwright’s Realm.
His television credits include Hulu’s “Love, Victor”, Apple TV+’s “The Morning Show”, ABC’s “How To Get Away With Murder,” and both “Looking” and “Girls” on HBO. He’s currently working on the film adaptations of the short story “Friday Black” for Universal, the Thai film “Bad Genius” and a limited series adaptation of the novel “A Density of Souls” by Christopher Rice.
JC is a graduate of the Juilliard School.
STEPHEN BRACKETT – DIRECTOR
Broadway: The Lightning Thief (Longacre Theater), Be More Chill (Lyceum Theater). Off-Broadway: A Strange Loop (Playwrights Horizons/ 2019 Obie Award/2019 Drama Desk Award), Be More Chill (Signature and Two River Theaters), The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical (Theaterworks USA/National Tour), Jonathan Tolins’ Buyer & Cellar (Rattlestick and Barrow Street Theaters/National Tour/London’s Menier Chocolate Factory), Kerrigan-Lowdermilk’s The Mad Ones (Prospect Theater), Caroline McGraw’s Ultimate Beauty Bible (Page 73), Jacob Yandura and Rebekah Greer Melocik’s Wringer (NYCCT), Lucas Kavner’s Carnival Kids (Lesser America), Ken Urban’s The Correspondent (Rattlestick), Chad Beckim’s After (Partial Comfort), Dan Fishback’s The Material World (Dixon Place), Bekah Brunstetter’s Be A Good Little Widow (Ars Nova), and The Tenant (Woodshed Collective). Regional: Fall Spings (Barrington Stage), Joshua Harmon’s Significant Other (Geffen Playhouse), Tasha Gordon-Solmon’s I Now Pronounce (Humana Festival), Philip Dawkins’ Le Switch (About Face), David West Read’s The Great Pretender (TheatreWorks Silicon Valley).