Two very different couples meet after a critical mistake at a fertility clinic: a fertilized egg has been implanted into the wrong woman. Over the course of an awkward and absurd evening, they fight to determine the uncertain future of their IVF child. The situation forces each of them to reassess their relationships, the depths of their desire to parent, and their hopes for the future.
About the Author
Anna Chatterton is a librettist, playwright, and performer. Her plays include Quiver, Cowgirl Up, and Within the Glass, which was nominated for a Governor General’s Literary Award. Anna also writes and performs with Evalyn Parry and Karin Randoja in the acclaimed feminist theatre collective, Independent Aunties. The Aunties have created six shows together, including Clean Irene and Dirty Maxine (SummerWorks Award for Best New Play), Frances, Mathilda and Tea, Breakfast, and Gertrude and Alice (finalist for Governor General’s Literary Award).