Out of Love by Elinor Cook
Elinor Cook's Out of Love is a play about friendship, love and rivalry between two women over the course of thirty years.
The play centres on the relationship between two childhood friends, Lorna and Grace. As girls growing up in a town in the North East of England, they do everything together, sharing crisps, cigarettes and crushes. But when Lorna wins a place at university, and Grace gets pregnant, they suddenly find themselves in starkly different worlds, and their friendship is tested to breaking point and beyond.
The Canterbury Theatre (View)
807 Franklin St.
Michigan City, IN 46360