New York City
Writer and actor Lameece Issaq teams up with director Lee Sunday Evans on her riotously funny and gut-wrenching new play that wrestles with questions of purpose, fulfillment, and motherhood. It centers on a 40-whatever dental lab tech who gets fired, loses her apartment, and moves into St. Agnes Residence, a woman’s rooming house run by nuns. While there, she must come to terms with her unfulfilled path to motherhood and high-stakes questions about her fertility as well as the untimely death of her sister — all while fending off her unpredictable and sometimes deranged cohabitants. The play is performed by Issaq in a story-telling tour-de-force.
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