ln a contemporary culture so polarized over the issue of abortion that even mentioning the word can effectively end a conversation comes a generous and compassionate new play that dares to explore unflinchingly the many sides of this issue. Seattle playwright Elizabeth Heffron, tells the story of a young woman faced with one of the most difficult and deeply personal challenges a person can face with humor, intelligence, and honesty. Originally commissioned for ACT‘s 2003 FringeACT Festival, and the first recipient of the ACT New Play Award. This timely new play challenges audiences to open their minds and hearts, and to contemplate the theological, medical and political history that has shaped the national debate over abortion.
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