By Grace, Pt. 2

A pair of roommates have a conversation in an abortion clinic.
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By Grace, Pt. 2

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  • Alexander Perez:
    6 Oct. 2021
    An absolutely phenomenally written short that manages to adorn a difficult conversation with humor, pathos, and care. It's the sort of piece that stays with you long after your initial read, in part due to the compelling and deep questions addressed over the course of the story but also it's impeccable construction and artistry. A must read.
  • Lainie Vansant:
    13 Aug. 2021
    Asante balances humor with real conversations about big issues in this important piece about choice, legacy, friendship, and more. There's a lot to consider here, and the value of those considerations in today's culture cannot be overestimated.
  • Veronica Tjioe:
    7 Aug. 2021
    I love this play. The dialogue is both razor sharp and so relatable, human, and heartfelt. Like a million real conversations, but smarter, funnier, and both timely and enduring. Would love to see this performed!

Development History

  • Workshop
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    University of Maryland's Fearless New Play Festival
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    2020