The play is about a routine medical procedure that goes tragically wrong, an ensuing lawsuit, and how the lives of both the patient's family and the doctor charged with her care are transformed. This is a lovingly drawn portrait of how we grieve and how we heal.
The talk is that gay audiences support two subjects only: the big Ds, Death and Divas, not the little ds, domestic or daily. Tell me why The Gay Marriage Plays failed. Why didn't you come, my community?