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The Rutgers-NJIT Theatre Program present:
by Michèle Raper Rittenhouse

Katherine, a professional woman in her middle years, has entered a family planning clinic to terminate her third pregnancy. She meets a person from her past that brings back unwanted memories from her childhood. These memories, in turn, cause Katherine’s two younger “selves” from her previous clinic visits to come to life. Her younger personae force her to relive the reasons for her first two terminations and to look more closely at her present course of action.

*For Mature audiences only: This production contains adult themes and situations that might not be suitable for all audiences.*

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Directed by Louis Wells

April 24-27 at 7pm
April 28 at 2:30pm

Bradley Hall Theatre,
Bradley Hall 3rd Floor,
Rutgers University-Newark

General Admission: $15

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