Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Paula Vogel's And Baby Makes Seven
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“…dripping in whimsy and hemlock” —New York Times
Seven people in one New York City apartment can make for crowded living. But for Helen and Ruth (a lesbian couple), who, along with their gay friend Peter, are expecting their first child, it’s not so bad. After all, three of their housemates are their imaginary children. But just to play it safe, the trio of adults decides it would be best to “get rid” of the make-believe kids. Such is the set-up for Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel’s 1984 dark comedy And Baby Makes Seven.
Directed by Rebecca Longworth
Playwright Paula Vogel is best known for her 1997 Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned To Drive. The Baltimore Waltz won 1992’s Obie award for Best Play and was recently presented at The Pear Ave. Theatre. In January 2008, Vogel was named the chair of the playwriting department at Yale.