The inability to have a child is often treated as a white-people problem, the province of middle- and upper-class couples who end up resorting to expensive fertililty treatments. But Andrew Dosunmu’s supple, observant drama Mother Of George puts a different spin on this anguishing issue: A woman who longs for a child and finds herself unable to conceive is probably suffering enough already. What happens when her fertility–or lack thereof–becomes everyone’s business but her own?
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