Journey to the Center of the Uterus: Adventures Infertility, a One-Woman Show
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The last date listed for Journey to the Center of the Uterus: Adventures Infertility was Sunday August 29, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Set in a fictional Indiana town during the Great Depression, Jim Leonard Jr.'s moving drama focuses on the friendship between an ex-preacher from Kentucky and a disturbed young boy. The boy -- deeply traumatized by a near-drowning in his past that led to the death of his mother -- is now terrified of water, but also gifted with the ability to divine its location. As the bond between these two grows, the preacher works with the boy to overcome his crippling fear of water. And when the townspeople, desperate for a spiritual leader, mistake an eventual bathing for a baptism, their confusion leads to some significant consequences in The Diviners. Learn More
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I attended the world premier on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 and the show was EXCELLENT. The show made me laugh and it made me cry. Journey to the Center of the Uterus is a brilliant and unique play about the topic of infertility and takes you on a humorous and sensitive trip through the real-life IVF experiences. The actor Kathleen Puls gives an excellent performance that must be seen. Jeff Award material. Everyone should see this show!
This original show takes you on a roller coaster ride through the fertility fray with differing doctors, “supportive” friends who declare “you’d get pregnant if you weren’t so fat!”, adventures in the “special man room,” and so much more. Through entertaining characters, animation by Andrew Eninger, interviews with men and women ages 35 to 85, and funny, inventive music by the talented singer/songwriter Marshall Stern, the show promises to make the audience laugh while giving them perspective on the whole conception conundrum. This universally appealing show will make both men and women laugh, gasp, and think. A discussion will follow each performance.