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What if you were conceived twice in one lifetime: once by the illegitimate passionate sex of a young couple in love, and next by a "missionary position" lovemaking, conservative couple who long to have a child but the "little guys" never make it to the egg? What if you were adopted by the married couple, only to find out you are everything they can't stand...I mean, understand?

After coming out as a lesbian and being alienated by her adoptive family, Ashley, a spirited young daydreamer, goes on an extraordinary journey to find love and a place to call home. In Kim Ehly's "Baby GirL," when Ashley's fantasies meet reality, expect the unexpected!

Baby GirL, a critically acclaimed comedy by award winning playwright, Kim Ehly, Baby GirL had its World Premiere in South Florida and opened to rave reviews and SOLD OUT audiences. Now, the play is making its NEW YORK PREMIERE at the FringeNYC.

Named in the TOP TEN by the Miami Herald, TOP FIVE by the Sun Sentinel and BEST DEBUT by Florida Theatre On Stage (including all productions for all publications).

Winner of THE SILVER PALM AWARD for Best New Work!

Broadway World and Carbonell nominee for Best New Work.

"Baby GirL is blessed with offbeat humor, sly insight, and a beating heart." – Rod Stafford Hagwood, Sun Sentinel

"Baby GirL is a joyous celebration of one woman's journey toward happiness. Baby GirL is sweet, funny, touching, unsettling, tender. It's an artistic offspring that would make any playwright proud. Ehly makes a persuasive case for looking beyond blood bonds to find family in those who love us. And in Baby GirL, she makes an impressive playwriting debut." – Christine Dolen, Miami Herald

"Ehly's play is so successful in reaching in and grabbing so many emotions that in the span of under two hours you've empathized, sympathized, shed a tear or two, laughed more than a little, and discovered that somehow you, too, have become part of the family she's created." – Michelle Solomon, Miami Miami Artzine

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:
    Kraine Theater, New York City