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Utilizing the often ignored “older woman” demographic, the play examines the themes of lasting friendships, older female empowerment and the current adoption system. It is a character-driven comedy with some bawdy language and an interesting twist at the end. When four college friends, now in their sixties, discover that one of them has been “gifted” with an abandoned baby, they try to figure out what’s next; for the mother, for the baby, and for the four of them.


 "So many heartfelt thoughts here - the longing to take ultimate responsibility for one other (small) person - the needing to be needed - the warm and relatable dialogue on the required energy and sacrifices of motherhood. It's all there. And the TV dating game is a hoot. Lovely, charming uplifting.”

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