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"It is such a beautifully written piece, and so playful! The relationships between the women are rich and complex, and I think there are opportunities for some creative casting choices (and a lot of doubling/tripling) that could foreground some really interesting commentaries on gender, class, race, knowledge and power."
Ann-Marie MacDonald is a Canadian playwright, living and working in Montreal. MacDonald received the Governor General's Award, the Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award and the Canadian Authors Association Award for the play. She was the inaugural Mordecai Richler Reading Room Writer in Residence at Concordia University, and she coaches students in the Acting and Playwriting Programs at the National Theatre School of Canada.