Mothers & Daughters: A New Play In Development Exploring Motherhood & Incarceration

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Mothers & Daughters: A New Play In Development Exploring Motherhood & Incarceration
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Conspire Theatre says
*What is a "good mother"?
*What is a "good daughter"?
*What do we learn about being a mother from our own mothers or other mother figures?
*What are the challenges of being a mother before, during, & after incarceration?
*What are the effects of a mother's incarceration on her children?
*What kind of prenatal health care is offered to women in Texas prisons?
*What is it like to give birth while incarcerated in Texas?

Join us for a staged reading of Conspire Theatre's new play in development exploring four Austin women's stories about motherhood and incarceration.

A talkback will follow the performance.

Tickets are $10, and are available at the Event Brite link above or at the door. No one will be turned away for lack of ability to pay. If you or someone you know needs a complimentary ticket, please contact us at info@conspiretheatre.org.

Note: This piece is intended for audiences age 14+.

Written, edited, & directed by Michelle Dahlenburg with Olivia Jimenez & members of Conspire's Performing Possibilities ensemble: Lauren Johnson, Dara Musick, Ashika Coleman-Carter, and Mariana Marchenesi.
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By: Conspire Theatre

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