When Maeve's mother shows up at their place of work, Maeve must decide what they're willing to sacrifice in order to reconnect. Meanwhile, the life they've built with their partner, Gracie, seems to be descending into a fantasy state - and look, there's aliens!
Please be advised this reading contains adult themes, sexual situations, references to domestic abuse, and explicit language.
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|Stage Directions||Emma Hughes|
|Faculty Consultant||Meredith Alexander|
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