The Choice

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Dramatic Publishing, 1994 - Abortion - 67 pages
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I found this play to be both a heartening story as well as a discouraging drama. While the cursing and occasionally obscene dialogue marred much of the beauty and interest in the characters interaction, it also added to the raw and real feel to the play, a story that is not far off from real life and one that carried a valuable lesson: the mentally disabled are people, too, and deserved to be treated as such. This positive message doesn't always mesh with the play's dark and even offensive undertones, but most commendably this drama is genuine. [It should be noted that I have only read this play, of course, and while I have interpreted bits of it myself, have never seen it performed.] 

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