Exits and Entrances
English (United States)
Exits and Entrances is a story about two women whose paths converge in a crisis of authorship and identity that irreversibly alters each of their paths. It is a family drama that explores how two different people reconcile their artistic and individual identities, simultaneously leaping personal and professional hurdles, and pursuing their passions. A young up-and-coming playwright struggles with her artistic voice and a stay-at-home mom rediscovers her own. Exits and Entrances examines what it means to be a writer and a human being, and how opportunity frequently comes from where we least expect it.
Froot, Daniel Doyle, "Exits and Entrances" (2016). Honors Theses - All. 1631.
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