Scrambled Eggs Reading to Benefit the National Network of Abortion Funds July 16th
When I wrote the play "Scrambled Eggs," I did not intend for it to be "about" womens healthcare in the present day. It a historical play about women who were given transorbital lobotomies without their consent between the years 1946 and 1960.
Brian, who played Frank in the workshop presentation back in November (when things felt very different), recently approached me about the connection between the play and the overturning of Roe V. Wade. The horror that present-day audiences feel about the lobotomy can and should be applied to the removal of bodily autonomy confirmed on June 24th.
Brian has organized a reading of "Scrambled Eggs" to be presented and live-streamed on July 16th at 7 PST. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The National Network of Abortion Funds. All eight actors have donated their time to this event, and The Broadwater Black Box has generously allowed us to use their space at zero cost.
If you're planning on attending in person please email email@example.com to reserve your seat. Suggested in person donation is $10. Seating is limited!