Ensemble Studio Theatre presents a new play which follows three different stories of three separate quests for knowledge, all revolving around pregnancy and childbirth. More…
A girl in colonial New England, expectant mothers on a pregnancy message board, and a mechanic about to become a grandfather all attempt to discover more about the miracle of childbirth.
See it if You like the fine acting and production values that EST continues to deliver.
Don't see it if You think plays about war are universal and plays about motherhood are for women.
See it if although it's no joke, you like funny ways of dealing with pregnancy and childbirth. Staging was creative and all actors played really well.
Don't see it if you want a story-line or some deep thoughts about pregenancy.
See it if you enjoy discovering new plays. You are interested in the science of birth.
Don't see it if You are not interested in pregnancy/women's issues. You don't like new plays.
See it if you’re curious about childbirth in general, or about a novel way to aid difficult births, or you want a few good laughs about pregnancy.
Don't see it if the idea of seeing an instructional film as a live drama leaves you cold.
See it if you're interested in multiple pregnancy-focused plotlines; you're not opposed to a play that incorporates both science and humor
Don't see it if you're looking for a single plotline or a serious drama