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For me, this started in June. I was bored, hot, and in quarantine with my parents for the third consecutive month down in Florida. Lean Ensemble postponed my historical drama about the Civil War, and my jazz musical was scuttled in previews at Miami New Drama. My childhood bedroom had been converted into a home gym which consisted of a yoga mat and four dumbbells. I was sleeping on a one-size-too-small trundle bed in my sister’s childhood room and our cable went out.

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Aurin Squire
Aurin Squire

is a writer based in Brooklyn. Born and raised in Opa-locka, Florida, Squire started off as a journalist for local newspapers and magazines. He continues to work as an indie reporter while writing movies, plays, and TV shows.