Beautifully-written and -performed. Tells a captivating, true story of a woman’s hopes and dreams for motherhood, her ups and downs on her quest for conception, and her questioning of her own motivations. Just the right mix of comedy, tragedy and even informative scientific facts surrounding human reproduction. Thoroughly engaging from start to finish.
What I didn't like
Really can’t think of much that didn’t work. There was one uneccessary aside about doing a bad British accent that I would get rid of because it takes the audience out of the story. (Also it’s not a bad Britsh accent at all.)