About the Book
Finalist for the Governor General’s Award for DramaWhat happens when a professional woman finds out she’s pregnant and delivers a little girl only six months into her pregnancy? The reality of giving birth to a one lb. 15-ounce baby is at the centre of Miracle Mother, a play about premature birth and neo-natal care, but it is also a heartfelt and wickedly funny look at the entire birth experience, especially as reflected in the mother-daughter relationship.
News & Reviews
“… one the year’s most inventive and hilarious comedies.” —Toronto Star
“The dialogue was written with a keen sense of understanding that never preached or apologized for the shortcomings of the characters, just allowed us to take in the art of theatre.” —Theatrum
About the Author
Deborah Kimmett is a Toronto playwright (Real Women Don’t Whine, The Bhodi Tree) and screenwriter (The Two Debs, Moon Walk). In addition, she was involved for many years with Toronto’s Second City, where she wrote and performed in three revues, directed two shows for the company’s London offshoot, and was resident artistic director of the National Company for two years.