by Pamela Reeves
A take on 9/11 not much covered by the media: It's three months after the attacks, nearly Christmas, and sixty-ish Miss Margaret Wilson finds herself, much against her will, in a therapy session, stoutly insisting over and over there's no reason whatsoever for her being there. It's up to psychotherapist Pauline Churchill to try to break through this resistance, but she's having a bad day herself, and it shows - or it would, to anyone more therapy-savvy than Miss Wilson.
One set and two great roles for older women.
A 9/11 play written from personal experience.