By Mark O’Rowe
Outside The March, 2018.

I’m secretly 3 months pregnant, can I do a show about a guilt-ridden mother of a 20 year old trying to rescue a young pregnant student from a Tarantino-scale-violent lesbian gang who wants to abort her baby?

Can I do it in Irish rhyming slang?

Can I do it eight times in five days?

Can I have a nap?

Best Production

Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, 2012

Outstanding Performance

Dora Mavor Moore Awards, 2012


Cast: Maev Beaty, Ava Jane Markus, Adam Kenneth Wilson
Company: Outside The March, 2011 & Mirvish Productions, 2012.
Director: Mitchell Cushman
Playwright: Mark O'Rowe
Producers: David Mirvish & Michell Cushman

“Moving from insecurity to genuine compassion, Beaty rivets us with A's journey, maternal in so many different ways.”


NOW Magazine

“Beaty is just astonishing, a blond virago whose lanky limbs and throaty voice make her seem like a latter-day Valkyrie, capable of anything. The constantly fascinating way she modulates her voice is alone worth the price of admission.”

Toronto Star