Three Plays. Three Hotly-Contested Social Issues. One Powerful Collection.
Ideologies collide in DOGFALL as a suicide doctor and his rival grapple for the political high ground. Winner of the Getchell Award, this play is an unflinching exploration of the political and social morass of the right-to-die debate.
Religious creeds crumble in PURGING MARY when the wife of a white, southern right-to-life crusader is raped and impregnated by a black man. Forced by inbred bigotry to reconsider his ethical position, the crusader sets out on a journey that destroys everything he holds dear. This tightly-written play is an uncompromising exploration of the political and social intricacies of abortion-on-demand in America.
In GLORIA DEI, a court order allows a brain-dead woman to die of starvation, but she is poisoned before her body gives way to deprivation. A priest is accused of the crime. Is it murder or mercy killing? A powerful courtroom drama that explores the right-to-life debate.
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