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Playwright Will Snider reflects on the complicated ethics and socioeconomics of "doing good abroad" that he explores in his piece, Death of a Driver, the story of an American engineer who moves to Kenya and meets a charismatic driver who becomes her first employee and trusted friend. Death of a Driver is being performed by Salt Lake Acting Company through October 20.
Flora is an 8-year-old Latina girl in foster care who meets Bee, who changes her life. Presented by Plan-B Theatre company, this piece explores childhood and belonging intersected with the ever-immediate issues of the foster system and the immigrant experience. Playwright Morag Shepherd reflects on what brought her to creating the play, and how personal the process was.