The Moving Company
It's 2042 during a post-war era in the Divided States of America, society has differing views of what it means to matters into one's own hands. Here, an organization known as the Moving Company takes matters into their own hands to clean up America. Conflicts arise when a new "opp," Alex Wineglass disrupts the order of functioning dysfunction, leaving the Moving Company to make drastic changes to their operation by adding a new member...Jha.
Project Type:Television Script
Genres:Organized Crime drama
Number of Pages:44
Country of Origin:United States
Jada Campbell is a St. Louis, MO native who graduated from Alabama State University with a
major in Theatre Arts and a minor in Communications. She is a graduate student at Texas Tech
University working towards her MFA in Playwriting. More of her work can be found on her
website, campbelljadaasuthe.wixsite.com/website. In 2016, Campbell wrote short stories for a
Reader's Theatre festival at the Missouri of Fine Arts Academy. During her time at Alabama
State, she participated in devised theatre for two nonconsecutive years. In 2017, she wrote a
short story titled, “Never Met a Stranger”. In 2019, she wrote a short story, “As the World Burns” for the theme “Entrance Without Papers is Forbidden”, which involved conducting interviews regarding the topic of exclusivity and xenophobia. In the Summer of 2021, she was invited to be included in the TBAAL 45th Anniversary Season for a stage reading of her one-act titled “Crooked”. In the Fall of 2021, she wrote a 10-minute short titled, “The “Last Friday in September” for the alcohol awareness program, Plays on Tap. In the Spring of 2022, she was invited to attend the KCACTF Region 6 Festival for a reading of her full-length production, Peripety. As a writer, it is her mission to provide thought provoking, honest content to her audience.