Aryn is an average teenage girl with wishes of escaping her alcoholic mother through a promising college softball scholarship, but her dream shifts once she is diagnosed with a terminal disease and Aryn must confront the dysfunction of her family before it’s too late.
Brianna McGhee is a 2016 graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Dramatic Writing and a minor in Psychology. She split her youth growing up between Massachusetts and Rhode Island, surrounded by theater and creative arts. At the young age of ten she wrote her first play “Wiketv” and fell in love with the art of Dramatic Writing. Since attending Tisch she has been in the Dramatic Writing Department’s annual Monologue Festival and annual Ten Minute Play Festival, a contestant in the Roots Film Festival, and had her play, “Wiketv,” produced in 2014. Putting a pause on her theater endeavors after directing a play for the Dramatist Guild of America, Brianna started her own production company, LBL Films. LLC, and has gone on to direct and produce multiple short films. She has also spoken globally, in New York and Australia, on current racial and ethical issues. Currently, she interns at a music company and is now inspired to pursue her passions in screenwriting and music.