by Traci Godfrey

Brooke and Val are overwhelmed dealing with their relationship issues, raising two boys as an interracial lesbian couple, and contemplating ominous world events. When they discover that the birth mother of their adopted Guatemalan sons is being held at a detention camp in El Paso, the women are forced to confront their own entitlement, privilege, and moral certainty. However, Val is determined to convince her reluctant wife to do the right thing and after much soul searching and introspection, they go about devising a plan to rescue the detained woman with the help of an unlikely friend and his polar opposite twin brother.

  • Cast Size: 3M 2W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

TRACI GODFREY’s writing credits include screenplays Hotter Than Georgia Asphalt, The Pink Perfection, Jamboni Macaroni (for children’s television), and Spitting Image (exploring nepotism in Hollywood).  Among her stage plays are Miles To Go Before I Sleep (produced in London and New York), and the Award Winning Sweet Texas Reckoning, which has been honored with First Place Winner of:  The New Works Of Merit International Playwriting Contest 2015; Artemisia’s Fall Festival 2016; and Panndora Productions Playwriting Contest of 2015 where it enjoyed an extremely successful run and was named “Best Of 2016 Theatre” in Ocean County, California. As an actress, Traci is known for her long-time roles on Law & Order Criminal IntentGrand Theft Auto, and As The World Turns, as well as numerous guest appearances on SopranosAll My ChildrenLaw & OrderOne Live To Live, and Another World. Some of her favorite theatre credits include roles in Laughing Wild, Fool For Love, Getting Out, Crimes Of The Heart, The Taming Of The Shrew, Vanities, Undivulged Crimes, Chaos Theories, and the groundbreaking one woman show, Lady, which helped to expand our concepts and ideals regarding women’s equality on both the London and New York stages.  Traci enjoys being a long-time National Board Member of SAG/AFTRA as well as the National Chair of SAG/AFTRA’s LGBTQ Committee.

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