In this comedy, Dr. Meg Carr is an oncologist who cries when her patients die. She’s been fighting for twenty years for California to have a Right To Die Bill so that patients can take death into their own hands and die peacefully. But Meg has to face the reality of what she believes in when a very sick 17 year old terminally ill patient shows up at her home.
Gail Parent was plucked from N.Y.U. to write for The Carol Burnett Show, the only female writer. She wrote for 5 seasons earning 5 Emmy nominations as well as an Emmy win. Gail’s TV credits include: creating the cult series, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, co-writing for The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, co-writing Sills and Burnett at the Met with Kenny Solms, garnering an Emmy nomination. She wrote and produced for The Golden Girls earning 3 Emmy nominations as well as the HBO series Tracey Takes On starring Tracey Ullman, earning 8 Emmy nominations and a win. She also wrote on State of the Union for Tracey.
Stacy Sherman is an Oscar nominated and Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker (God Sleeps In Rwanda). She Associate Produced the multi-award winning documentaries Chasing Ice and The Babushkas of Chernobyl, which has a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Also, due to COVID, there will be no wine service before or reception after the reading.