Phaedra Michelle Scott


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by Phaedra Michelle Scott

Since 1864, The Loch Dhu Plantation in Cross, South Carolina has been owned by the Prioleau family. They all have the same last name and share common biological ancestors. However, in 2017, their bonds are as deep as the paper claiming half of the Prioleau tree as property.

Production Notes


Black The Black Prioleau Family 2F 1M (doubling)

White The Black Prioleau Family 2F, 1M (doubling)

Developed at SPACE on Ryder Farm.


Phaedra Michelle Scott

Phaedra Michelle Scott is a screenwriter and playwright based in New York City. She is a recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Grant for her play Good Hair, about the science of Black hair care. Her play Diaspora! was a commissioned work through Speak Easy Stages’s Boston Project. Phaedra is a past Resident at SPACE on Ryder Farm for her play Plantation Black, and is a member of the Obie-winning playwriting group, Youngblood, at Ensemble Studio Theater. She is also a member of Beehive Dramaturgy Project. Her plays have been commissioned by...[FULL BIO]