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Updated: Apr 2

Written by Wendy Herlich

Reading on Monday, March 25, 2024

Performed by DVA Productions

Vivian, staring down the barrel of demenia, and Carla, desperate to shine as a young hospice volunteer, strike up an unlikely friendship, which is thrown into question when Vivian enlists Carla’s help in getting life-ending drugs from a hapless musician. The drugs themselves are characters in this dark comedy, which alternates between naturalism and the surreal as it explores one woman’s experience with medically assisted dying.

Originally from Seattle, Wendy is a playwright and performer now living in the Philly area. Her

plays include Wasabia; Territory 4; Played in China (Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference Semifinalist); her three-play series: An Evening of Awkward Romance (The Tank),

Another Evening of Awkward Romance (Fringe NYC), and Awkward Romance: The Third Evening (Fringe NYC); and FAULTY:HITCH (TBG Arts Center, The Barrow Group Mainstage). Wendy is also a fiction writer; her short story “Silence Is Golden” received special mention in

the 2019 Pushcart Anthology and was a finalist in the Mississippi Review's annual contest. Other short fiction has appeared in The Laurel Review, the Berkeley Fiction Review, and the Hawaii Review. As an Equity actor and improviser, she has performed regionally and internationally.

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