Having Hope at Home: A Comedy

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2005 - Drama - 88 pages
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On a winter night in a drafty farmhouse a baby is about to arrive. But modern medicine meets midwifery head on in a torrent of family feuding. As tensions rise between three dysfunctional generations, so does the laughter. It takes a baby to heal the rift in this funny, heartwarming story of forgiveness and hope.

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About the author (2005)

Chris Craddock is a playwright and performer based in Edmonton, Alberta. He has been artistic director of Azimuth Theatre and Rapid Fire Theatre, and in 2000 he was presented with the City of Edmonton Enbridge Award for Emerging Artist.

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