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By Rhiannon Collett
Subjects: Western Playwrights, British Columbia, Rural Settings, 2SLGBT/Queer Theatre, Feminist Theatre, Political Theatre
Casting: 5 roles
Duration: 90 minutes
Imprint: Playwrights Canada Press
Paperback : 9780369102997, 96 pages, October 2021
Expected to ship: 2021-10-12


It’s Wasp’s destiny to be forcibly impregnated by a swarm of divine hornets on their twenty-first birthday, but they have a plan to save themselves with an abortion that involves a bottle of Coke, an abandoned church, and their ex-boyfriend Isaac. The twin daughters of the prominent Angelic cult leader are approaching their twenty-first birthday also. Caroline is ready and excited for her fate, but Rachel tried to run away and couldn’t escape town, instead running into Isaac, who offered Wasp’s help. Meanwhile Janey, Caroline’s trans best friend, secretly pines for Wasp. When the hornets find Rachel but don’t come for Caroline, with only minutes left until Wasp’s time, the group have a lot of quick decisions to make that could either save them or lead them to a violent end. An electrifying exploration of body autonomy and reproductive rights, Wasp will leave you ready to fight.