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More at stake than custody in engrossing 'Luna Gale'

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  • Mary Beth Fisher is marvelous as a social worker whose recommendation can determine the fate of an infant in Rebecca Gilman's "Luna Gale," in its world premiere at Goodman Theatre.

    Mary Beth Fisher is marvelous as a social worker whose recommendation can determine the fate of an infant in Rebecca Gilman's "Luna Gale," in its world premiere at Goodman Theatre.
    Photo by Liz Lauren

  • Reyna de Courcy, right, makes a memorable Goodman Theatre debut as Karlie, a young mother whose mistakes may cost her custody of her infant daughter in Rebecca Gilman's "Luna Gale," which also features Colin Sphar as Peter, the baby's father.

    Reyna de Courcy, right, makes a memorable Goodman Theatre debut as Karlie, a young mother whose mistakes may cost her custody of her infant daughter in Rebecca Gilman's "Luna Gale," which also features Colin Sphar as Peter, the baby's father.
    Photo by Liz Lauren

 
 

Between a rock and a hard place. That is where playwright Rebecca Gilman's veteran social worker Caroline finds herself in Gilman's exceptional, engrossing new play "Luna Gale," in a perfectly-cast, superbly acted world premiere at Goodman Theatre.

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