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Still, Birth.
A play about pregnancy loss
September 17-19, 2021
by Robin Parrish (Lillie's story) and Coley Campany (Meredith's story)

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Still, Birth. is a play about pregnancy loss.

A taboo subject for centuries, this play seeks to open the lines of communication between those who have been touched by pregnancy loss in any way.

We want to tell our stories and we want to open the space for others to do the same. Stillbirth, miscarriage, and late term abortion account for 5.82 deaths per 1,000 live births in the U.S. The loss often leaves a trail of disappointment, guilt, shame, and grief that are commonly experienced in silence. Still, Birth. uses dance, monologues, scenes, and poetry to tell the truth of losing a pregnancy. By telling our stories, we hope to bring healing and understanding to those affected.

"It's not about how or why; we are here to acknowledge that it did happen."

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Friends! We are so grateful that we at Still, Birth. - A play about pregnancy loss. - by Parrish and Campany are part of the #CityArtistCorps!

This $5,000 award was created to activate and energize New York City’s artists and engage the public with arts activities this summer and fall. We are proud to bring you Still, Birth. - A play about pregnancy loss at Chain Theatre in midtown Manhattan September 17-19, 2021.

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