Cristina Bejan: Finally Quiet in My Head at DC Black Theatre Festival

Britt Oliver

Life in DC can be utterly chaotic and overwhelming. In her new play, Cristina Bejan piles on the daily DC stressors – balancing work, school, family, and friends – which led to the ultimate mental upset in Finally Quiet In My Head. The play is a journey bridging the gap between the end of adolescence and the demands of adulthood for Morgan, her family, friends, and therapist.

Last Saturday was the United States premiere of Bejan’s play at the DC Black Theater Festival. Her goal was simply to expose a community that for decades suppressed mental health issues to a simple solution – the importance of empathetic support.

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