A play about post-partum depression, child neglect and justice, seen through the lens of early America.

I am excited to announce a staged reading of my new play, We Pray Together, at the Cranford Library/Community Center on Saturday May 16 at 2:00pm. An event in The Theater Project’s playwrights workshop.

It’s a small village in early America. A young mother suffers from post-partum depression, and suddenly her infant disappears. A frantic search pits a compassionate midwife, a fundamentalist village elder and an idealistic magistrate in a struggle to define the nature of culpability and justice in a new country.

By imagining our past, can we gain some clarity on who we have become?

EMail blasts  MAY Cranford Reading Series

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