Synopsis

Wednesday’s Child

Wednesday’s Child $15.99

Mark St Germain

Published by Broadway Play Publishing

2 Male 5 Female

Susan and Martin Merrit are unable to have a child on their own, so they hire Becca Connor to serve as a surrogate

When Becca is found dead, a police investigation explodes the lives of everyone who knew her

As Detectives Valez and Dixon begin to put the pieces together, secrets surface, alibis weaken, and lies are uncovered

This dramatic play explores motherhood and passion

And the thin line between right and wrong

Runs about 90 minutes

Minimal set

REVIEWS

“There's an intriguing mystery at the heart of Wednesday's Child” —Sarasota Herald Tribune

“A murder mystery with a twist. Tweaks the genre with timely issues that give the audience something to think about” ~ Talkin’ Broadway

“A murder mystery and more. Mark St Germain touches on issues ranging from infertility, surrogacy and abortion to what happens in the afterlife and how we all fit together in the big picture of humanity” ~ Sarasota Magazine

“A fast paced thriller that keeps the audience engaged from the time the curtain goes up until it falls … St Germain delivers just the right mix of clues, feints, hints and misdirection to keep audiences eagerly guessing throughout, and the ending pays off with a satisfying twist” ~ The Bradenton Times


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