"Risk/Benefit" -- Stage play
Would you be foolhardy enough to make a defiant gesture to a dictator?
To her own shock, Helen, a risk-averse bureaucrat, finds herself doing just that.
Immediately following her impulsive act of resistance, Helen's wife and son -- as well as her livelihood and freedom -- are severely threatened.
This fast-moving drama challenges audiences to ask themselves, "would I have the moral courage to risk everything for freedom?"
Quotes from early readers:
"I love your play! It's so ominous, but also so hopeful and it shows the impact that one small act can have."
"I started and could not put it down."
"I started reading your play and read it all at once!"
Playwright: Amanda L. Aikman
Director: Carissa Meisner Smit
Prospect Congregational United Church of Christ (View)
1919 E Prospect St
Seattle, WA 98112
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|