Now That She's Gone is a tremendously personal, yet universal journey of self-discovery and parental relationships as seen through the filter of a feminist activist. Politics aside, the relationship of mother to daughter is explored in a real and grounded way that speaks to audiences of all backgrounds, political philosophies and cultures. Ms. Snortland's writing transcends the personal, making the show a feminist love letter to her mother, which also translates to anyone's relationship with their parents. The story not only begs to be told, but is told in such a way that an audience will find themselves laughing one moment and crying the next. It will leave audiences wanting to know more about their own family history and having an appreciation for the last one hundred years of history in this country.