Drama/ 5 Characters, 3 Women, 2 Men/ Full Length
Synopsis: To Each Their Own is a compelling story of three women, and three choices. After years of heartbreaking infertility, career couple Liz and John unexpectedly become pregnant. Exhilaration and honesty are quickly replaced by jealousy and deceit when important moral issues, and a dark family secret, threaten their marriage. To Each Their Own will tug at your heart, leaving you to wonder what you would do . . .
“To Each Their Own will grab your attention from start to finish.” – Theatre is Easy — Best Bet
“Striking and heartfelt.” – Splash Magazine
Amateur and professional rights:
Tracey Knight Narang
56 Coleytown Road
Phone: (203) 247-4488
About the Playwright: Tracey Knight Narang coined the term “Subway Etiquette” in her book “Subway Etiquette: The Straphanger’s Guide to Underground Conduct.” Her play To Each Their Own was featured at FringeNYC 2015 to critical acclaim. Tracey is on the Board of Directors of New York City Center and serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Actors’ Equity Foundation. She is a 2018 graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute (CTI), and a Tony Award-winning Producer of Roger & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!. In addition, she is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, Theatre Communications Group, and the League of Professional Theatre Women.
To Each Their Own was first produced at Teatro SEA in New York, NY in August, 2015 as part of the New York International Fringe Festival.