“Maja Ardal finds exactly the right tone. Her script is laced with droll humour and so much emotional intelligence that you connect deeply to the characters and Ardal’s pointed critique of the ways medical treatments use and abuse patients.” —Susan G. Cole, NOW Magazine
“An admirable portrayal of challenged, but not defeated, women who are loud, funny, sexy and imperfect.” —Carly Maga, The Toronto Star
“A wise, funny and thoughtful piece about a difficult subject.” —Martin Morrow, The Globe and Mail
Faced with an aggressive form of breast cancer, a group of women are recruited for a clinical drug trial.
Maja Ardal has been working in theatre for forty-five years. She is a director, playwright, actor, and theatre trainer. Some of her plays include Midnight Sun, You Fancy Yourself (winner of the Dora Award for Outstanding Performance), and the sequel The Cure for Everything (nominated for a Dora Award for Outstanding New Play). Maja was the artistic director of Young People’s Theatre from 1990-1998, and played Mrs. Potts on Road to Avonlea.