After a sudden tragedy, Helen is at a crossroads in her life. The decision she makes will impact her life and the lives of her family. To what effect does a life event alter our priorities and actions becomes the burning question.

  • Megan McLain
  • Marsha Marsha
    Attached Cast
    The Goodbye Girl, Cinderella Liberty, Chapter Two, Grace & Frankie
  • Christina Zorich
    Attached Cast
    The New Abolitionists
  • Austin Pendleton
    Attached Cast
    My Cousin Vinny, The Muppet Movie, Fiddler on the Roof
  • Brian McLain
    Attached Cast
    The 39 Steps (theatre)
  • Amanda Schussel
    Attached Cast
  • Andrew Warner
    Attached Cast
  • Victor Rodriquez, Jr.
    Attached Cast
  • Nan O’Malley
    Original Music
    Jazz and Irish singer/songwriter
  • Tracy Grammer
    Original Music
    Albums: When I Go, Drum Hat Buddha, Tanglewood Tree (with Dave Carter), Flower of Avalon, Low Tide
  • Lucas Stein
    Line Producer
  • Project Type:
    Screenplay, Short Script
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    United States
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Writer Biography - Megan McLain

Megan McLain is an actor based in the NYC area. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA. Before acting, Megan was a professor of Women's Studies at several Philadelphia area colleges and universities. Megan is also an accomplished competitive swimmer and coaches swimming privately to all ages and levels of swimmers. Megan's other passion is photography. Her photography is unique in that it focuses on those things that others would not notice. Some of her favorite photography outings have included abandoned buildings, all things in nature, clouds & shadows, as well as natural shapes found in places such as a street or driveway.

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Writer Statement

This screenplay is a passion project born out of a promise made to my dear friend Olympia several years ago. She was to be the lead. But unfortunately, she passed away last year, but not before I had the beautiful opportunity to read to her what I had written up until that visit. I honestly did not think I would finish the project, as I vividly saw her in the role and the scenes as clear as day as I was writing. But I was reminded that I made a promise and that I should...needed to... finish the script. And that advice was what I needed to hear because I made her a promise, and I do not break promises. So, this screenplay is, For Olympia, with love.