Beth Kander is a playwright, author, and nonprofit professional who divides her time between Chicago, Illinois, and Jackson, Mississippi. She is a past Mississippi Arts Commission Literary Arts Fellow, Charles M. Getchell New Play Award winner, and is currently in the accelerated comedy writing program at Second City Training Center. She holds degrees from Brandeis University and the University of Michigan, and once accidentally spent 5 years working in film production/advertising. She lives with her hilarious husband, copywriter and comedian Danny Dauphin. Follow her creative endeavors on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ByBethKander), Twitter @ByBethKander, or via her website (www.bethkander.com).
Scrambledby Beth Kander
Sara is wisecracking, single, broke, and secular. Neshama is serious, married, infertile, and Orthodox. When fate, God, and Sara's Episcopalian roommate bring these two Jewish women together, each must question what really matters, what they really want-and what they're willing to do to get it. As Sara considers donating her eggs, and Neshama ponders accepting them, both women find themselves unexpectedly scrambled.
"Scrambled is funny, poignant, and relevant to anyone who has ever wondered what they're supposed to be doing with their life. The characters feel familiar, and yet the story feels fresh-a powerful combination." -Denise Halbach, SETC
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