Herd Immunity

Two young mothers come to realize that their worldviews are not compatible with their friendship.
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Herd Immunity

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  • Lee R. Lawing:
    13 Feb. 2022
    It's one of those discussion that can end friendships and cause family members to split apart. This play puts you on edge with Rachel and Alisa' conversation about to vaccinate or not to vaccinate their children for school and coming from someone who trusts science after most everything else, I would have the same reaction as Rachel does at the end.
  • Lainie Vansant:
    2 Oct. 2020
    A human look at a big issue that is made even bigger now - a pre-covid play that is even more relevant now. Check it out!
  • Cheryl Bear:
    16 Jul. 2020
    There are some issues parents just can't agree to disagree largely because of fear and this is one of them. Both are so sure they are right and while they do listen to each other, they draw a hard line and the children suffer as a result. An important piece for our time and very well done.

Production History

  • Fringe
    Winebox Players
  • Professional
    Project Y Theatre