Allyson Whipple is the director of the Austin Feminist Poetry Festival, and author of the chapbook We’re Smaller Than We Think We Are (Finishing Line Press).Her work has appeared in a number of print and online periodicals. Allyson is also active in the Austin Poetry Society and teaches at Austin Community College. You can read more about her work at http://allysonmwhipple.com.
Published: February 4, 2014.
Plays » Women Authors
A woman goes to visit her long-estranged husband in an attempt to obtain closure. As they discuss what went wrong in their marriage and the changes that have occurred in their lives since then, they fall back into their unhealthy and abusive patterns.
Note: This play contains mature themes and is not suitable for all audiences.