By Stephen Unwin
'I was terrified of them. They appeared so diversified. they do not scare me any longer. they are simply teenagers, usually are not they? simply children.'
January 1941. A poor crime is occurring in a health center for disabled youngsters. The perpetrators argue that it'll support suffering mom and dad and raise the monetary burden at the potent German country. One courageous voice is raised in objection. yet will the healthcare professional listen?
A relocating exam of a terrifying ethical obstacle, and a strong tale that exhibits what it takes for humanity and decency to be restored in an international that has deserted them. First produced via Tara Finney Productions, Stephen Unwin's debut play All Our Children premiered at Jermyn road Theatre, London, in 2017.
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