NOT EVERYONE QUALIFIES TO BECOME A PARENT...
Parenthood exists under the firm control of the Federal Government and it is now easier to get accepted into Harvard than become a mom or dad. Still, first-time applicants Jenna and Steven have beaten the odds and landed a coveted final interview with the U.S. Department of Parenting and Child Welfare. However, when they sit down with their state-licensed interviewer and the questioning begins, all three quickly realize that nothing could have prepared them for what they will learn about themselves—and each other.
Both social satire and psychological drama, Susan Josephs' THE INTERVIEW exposes the conflicts that arise between an individual’s conscience, government regulation and societal expectations. Without any particular partisan agenda, this dystopian play asks questions about personal freedom, the dimensions of oppression, the nature of romantic love and the struggle to remain emotionally and ethically honest in a world where critical thinking and non-conformity can have devastating consequences.
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