Imagine yourself as a pretty and talented teen who has everything organized and planned out. You always get the lead in the school play, and you've been dating the guy who always gets the male lead. You do well in school and are on track to become a Broadway sensation. It's perfect. This is Lucy's life at the beginning of MY LIFE AFTER NOW, and after the worst week of her life, everything in her life unravels.
"Jessica Verdi expresses Lucy’s vulnerability so well, you can’t help but root for her as she finds her path toward hope."
The downward spiral begins when her main acting rival transfers to her