Miriam Suzanne

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Friendships and bodies that defy category or completion

Suzanne wanted to tell a story that assumed queerness from start to finish, while giving the characters free reign over their identities.

— John Moore, 2016 True West Award

The play makes us think about the dizzying variety of possible physical variations to human genitalia and their spiritual and psychological consequences; the usual categories of "male" and "female" are just too simplistic.

— Juliet Wittman, Westword [ ]

Definitely a production worth writing about, talking about, and going to see.

— Berlin Sylvestre, Out Front [ ]

An oddly satisfying dark comedy, a meditation on bodies, humanity, love and loss.

— Joanne Ostrow, The Denver Post [ ]

The soul of the piece lies in the gender-blending love and acceptance that flows like water through these relationships.

— Tracy Shaffer, Huffington Post [ ]
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