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At the last minute, Isaac Kaufman decides to deliver the eulogy at the funeral of his wife, Rachel.  In it he relates an experience of a few days earlier in an old, nearly deserted shopping mall. As he describes meeting a young girl who appears to be the scapegoat of a violent, dysfunctional family, he admits that he made Rachel, the scapegoat of his own family’s dysfunction and pain.  His promise to his wife to find and help the girl gives his marriage purpose and closure.

 

 

Full-Length Play, Drama

2 f, 3 m

 

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