Winner, Outstanding Playwrighting, Fringe 2005.
"Brilliant . . . the best-written and acted show at the Fringe . . . A tense, tautly written new play . . . a singularly searing and realistic portrayal of a suddenly trendy taboo." (Boris Kachka, New York Magazine).
The 90-minute drama examines the fallout from a devastating classroom incident that explodes a family and a community. Husband, wife, daughter, and best friends come to terms with the aftermath of the devastation.
Appropriate For Ages: 18+