Seven women living in an inpatient-care facility try to find a way to fit into a world that can’t respond to their pain. But these broken women are the ones who can teach one another how to live. Happy Place is a glimpse into lives filled with courage, compassion and startling surprise, lives which — in many ways — are not so different from our own.
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“While there are no easy answers to these women’s troubled lives, they have, in part through sharing with the others, found individual paths on which they can move forward… We go on the journey with them and find something hopeful within ourselves, too.” —NOW Magazine
About the Author
Pamela Mala Sinha is a Winnipeg-born writer and actress who works in theatre, film and television. Her first solo play, Crash, which she also performed, garnered six Dora Nominations and four awards including Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress and Outstanding New Play for 2012. Pamela’s second play, Happy Place, was made into a film which was directed by Helen Shaver. Sinha wrote the screenplay and also played one of the roles. Pamela lives in Toronto.