Notions of Right and Wrong is a rich, dark comedy of a woman's life, where a human is outnumbered by ideas. Some, like Justice, try to lay claim to her, while others just want to help her through puberty. But when these concepts begin to have notions of their own, ghosts are unleashed, loyalties change and all bets are off.
Elizabeth A. M. Keel is a local Houston playwright and a recent summa cum laude graduate of the University of Houston's theatre department. She acts and directs around town, and is a guest teaching artist for the Alley Theatre.
July 20 and 25 are pay-as-you-like performances.
2201 Preston St.
Houston, TX 77003
$15 general admission; $8 students and seniors
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