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Gen Z Gender Collective and Theatre503 present


Written by Shehrzadae Moeed
Directed by Maddie Hurley
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June focuses on the life of Billy, an ex-drag queen who now works as a supermarket cashier reminiscing about his past. He spends most of his days desperately trying to recreate his old routines but is never able to capture the magic of his younger self due to his struggle with arthritis. This desperation drives him to reach out to an ex-lover who runs the local drag scene, while also forcing himself to go on hookups as a distraction. When his attempts finally fall apart, he goes back to his best friend in a last-ditch effort to hold the most important relationship in his life together. With her help, he forms an understanding of his new life and embarks on one final performance.

Billy is an ex-drag queen trying to reclaim his past glory. He launches a desperate attempt to do one final performance and connect to his past, even as it tests his relationships and makes him question everything he believes.

Gen Z Gender Collective is a new company that focuses on programming queer writing from young writers. June marks the company’s theatrical debut in London.

Running time: 1 hour (no interval)

Age guidance: 16+

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Shehrzadae Moeed

Shehrzadae Moeed recently graduated from Durham University with a BA in Economics and Politics. During his time in Durham, he focused on directing contemporary theatre and supporting new student writing. June is his debut play.


Artistic Team
Shehrzadae Moeed
Maddie Hurley
Molly Knox
Olga Kwan
Production Manager
Samantha Wong
Stephen Ledger

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