"A playwright to watch…melds various styles…in service of her own sharp vision." — the New York Times
"[An] ambitious, vibrant new play." — the New Yorker
Set in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, three months after the fatal shooting of black teenager Forest Winthrop by a white police officer, Scraps is a highly theatrical, frequently funny mash-up of poetry, realism, and expressionism that chronicles the effects of Forest's death on his family and friends.