Production History

Massachusetts Mini-Tour

to Benefit Access Massachusetts

Framingham & Northampton

June 9 & 10, 2017

28th Annual New York State Foster Care and Adoption Conference, Albany: “Who Do You Think You Are?"

May 11, 2017

www.AFFNYC.org

The Good Adoptee is included in Indie Theater Now’s Best Plays 2017 Anthology, Plays and Playwrights 2017.

7-Week 9-City Connecticut Tour

to Benefit Access Connecticut

Oct - Dec 2016

CONCERNED UNITED BIRTHPARENTS • CUB Retreat

October 29, 2016

Adoption Summit in Lake Ozark

October 17, 2016

London Fringe Theatre Festival

May 31- June 11, 2016

We are thrilled and honoured to partner with Origins Canada. A portion of the proceeds of our London Fringe run of THE GOOD ADOPTEE was donated to this incredible organization. Origins Canada is a 100% volunteer-run non-profit organization serving people across Canada who have been separated from family members by adoption.

Please check out the amazing work they are doing: www.OriginsCanada.org

Theatrical Production and Talk Back

Adoption Network Cleveland’s

Inaugural Annual Adoption Gathering

March 20, 2016

More Info

www.adoptionnetwork.org

World Premiere and Sold Out Run in the United Solo Theatre Festival 2015 • Theatre Row • NYC

Winner • Best Autobiographical Script Award • Suzanne Bachner

 

Winner • Best Actress Award • Anna Bridgforth

 

The show was presented during National Adoption Awareness Month and JMTC Theatre partnered with Advocating Legislation for the Adoption Reform Movement (ALARM) to raise both funds and awareness.  A portion of the proceeds was donated to this not-for-profit organization and in conjunction with the performances, signatures were collected for the Petition calling for an Executive Order to restore Original Birth Certificates to All Adult Adoptees.

You can still sign here.

Can you imagine not knowing your own identity?

 

The Good Adoptee is the totally true story of award-winning playwright Suzanne Bachner’s search for the truth of her origins in the face of New York State's sealed records. Once she opens Pandora’s Box, can she find a way to integrate her dual identities and still remain the Good Adoptee? Suzanne’s play won awards for Best Autobiographical Script and Best Actress for star Anna Bridgforth when it premiered in the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City. The Good Adoptee was named a Best Play by Indie Theater Now and is included in their Plays and Playwrights 2017 anthology. The show has toured to the London Fringe Festival and all over the US, including a 7-week 9-city Connecticut tour to support the vital legislative efforts of Access Connecticut.

 

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Can you imagine not

knowing your own identity?

 

The Good Adoptee is the totally true story of award-winning playwright Suzanne Bachner’s search for the truth of her origins in the face of New York State's sealed records. Once she opens Pandora’s Box, can she find a way to integrate her dual identities and still remain the Good Adoptee? Suzanne’s play won awards for Best Autobiographical Script and Best Actress for star Anna Bridgforth when it premiered in the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City. The Good Adoptee was named a Best Play by Indie Theater Now and is included in their Plays and Playwrights 2017 anthology. The show has toured to the London Fringe Festival and all over the US, including a 7-week 9-city Connecticut tour to support the vital legislative efforts of Access Connecticut.

We are thrilled and honoured to partner with Origins Canada. A portion of the proceeds of our London Fringe run of THE GOOD ADOPTEE was donated to this incredible organization. Origins Canada is a 100% volunteer-run non-profit organization serving people across Canada who have been separated from family members by adoption.

Please check out the amazing work they are doing: www.OriginsCanada.org

World Premiere and Sold Out Run in the United Solo Theatre Festival 2015 • Theatre Row • NYC

Winner • Best Autobiographical Script Award • Suzanne Bachner

 

Winner • Best Actress Award • Anna Bridgforth

 

The show was presented during National Adoption Awareness Month and JMTC Theatre partnered with Advocating Legislation for the Adoption Reform Movement (ALARM) to raise both funds and awareness.  A portion of the proceeds was donated to this not-for-profit organization and in conjunction with the performances, signatures were collected for the Petition calling for an Executive Order to restore Original Birth Certificates to All Adult Adoptees.

You can still sign here.

Theatrical Production

and Talk Back

Adoption Network

Cleveland’s Inaugural Annual

Adoption Gathering

March 20, 2016

More Info

www.adoptionnetwork.org

Theatrical Production

and Talk Back

Adoption Network

Cleveland’s Inaugural Annual

Adoption Gathering

March 20, 2016

More Info

www.adoptionnetwork.org