A play about problems of choice in life, love, health and death, which three generations of unhappy women cannot handle. Ron Elisha's plays have won three Australian Writers' Guild AWGIE Awards and a Gold Award for Best Screenplay at the 1992 Houston International Film Festival for 'By My Own Authority'.
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