Set in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina at Memorial Hospital this searing drama is imspired by true events.
At the heart: a young lesbian couple whose baby is at risk and the doctor who shocked a nation.
About the Playwrite: Anna Renée Pattison is pursuing her MFA in Playwriting at Boston University under Kate Snodgrass and Melinda Lopez. She is the recipient of the Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship, and the DeLuise Family Scholarship given by the California Alliance for Arts Education in recognition of being an “emerging artist.”
Some of her plays include Mirabai (Self-Realization Fellowship), Ogunquit, Absence of Light, Break the Horse’s Back, Family Home Evening, Treading on Sacred Ground and Goddesses (Loyola Marymount University). She is currently developing a new play on California’s Proposition 8, and this winter she will travel to Varanasi, India to write a play on the AIDS crisis.