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mara turns the voices in her head into crucial characters of her plays

Posted on Wednesday, November 7, 2012

mara turns the voices in her head into crucial characters of her plays

“We met later in life, long after we had both mostly given up on finding anyone and when much of the dating pool just screamed, ‘Red flag, red flag.’  I’d done all the right things – and a bunch of wrong things – and still found myself single, so there you were…“   

Mara reads Jeannette, a character in her play Life Support.   I first hear a live reading of a selection of Life Support, a bold, honest and highly emotional eight-character play about suicide at my first writing retreat in Tulum, Mexico.  This is not Mara’s first character, this is not Mara’s first play, and this is not her first writing retreat. 

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