Infertility Taboo is Smashed In New Solo Comedy
Inconceivable: The Totally True One-Woman Semi-Fertile Quasi-"Musical" is a new comedy set to entertain, as well as increase awareness and openness about infertility through comedy.
One in every eight couples currently trying to conceive in the U.S. are struggling with infertility, and rarely anyone openly discusses what this really entails.
Statistics are alarmingly similar in most western countries.
Experienced and written by the performing actress, everything seen in this comedic solo production is amazingly and amusingly true.
The concept of this show began after an intimate gathering in Israel, where actress and founder of the English On Stage theater, as well as Atlanta native, Meirav Zur, decided to open up to close friends about her years of experiencing secondary infertility. Her friends' immediate response of connection and outpouring of their own similar experiences prompted Zur to develop this one-time gathering into a stage production.
A year later, following regular performances across Israel, including the Habima National Theatre of Israel, Inconceivable will make its U.S. debut this October, having been selected to perform at the 9th Annual United Solo Theatre Festival at the heart of the theatre district in New York City.
Written & Performed by: Meirav Zur
Styling: Wendy Lehmann
Dramaturgy: Natalie Feinstein
Oct.21, 4:00 PM (sold out),
Oct.24, 9:00 PM
United Solo Theatre Festival at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY.
ADDITIONAL SHOW INFO / TICKETS:http://unitedsolo.org/us/inconceivable-2018/