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Jessie calmly tells her mother that by morning she’ll be dead, as she plans to commit suicide that evening in ‘night, Mother. As mother and daughter spend a high-stakes evening together, the ensuing debate between the two women is sometimes quiet and sometimes tempestuous. It ultimately gives rise to our deepest, most personal questions about how and why we value life. This explosive 1983 play by Marsha Norman (The Red Shoes, The Secret Garden) won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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