Karen and Tom met and married when they were really young. They're grown-ups now. It's time to join the club, isn't it?
Their friends are painting the spare room sunset yellow and waking up before midday on Saturdays. It's what everyone wants, isn't it? Flexible working hours, sleepless nights, baby yoga, PTA meetings, toddler football… It's what they want, isn't it?
Karen is a scientist. She knows the facts. By now she should be ready. But what if she's not?
As the discovery of the success of IVF celebrates its 40th anniversary, Re: Production opens up important conversations about choice and female legacy today.
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Re: Production7 Aug 2018
The most adorable show you'll see about evolutionary biology this Fringe
Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of the first baby born via IVF, Re: Production follows Karen and Tom, whose status as the most disgustingly endearing couple on the planet is threatened by the revelation that Karen doesn't want children, and Tom…