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( Read E-pub ) Ù Keely and Du ⚩ Keely and DuIMDb Directed by Dominique Cardona, Laurie Colbert With Laurence Leboeuf, Nancy Palk, Aidan Devine, Peter Mooney Keely awakens to find herself captive in a cabin in Northern Ontario Alone with Du, who has been assigned to be her guard and caregiver, she will be forced to bring her pregnancy to term by an extremist anti choice faction Their only connection to the outside world is Robert, the Le film Keely and Du Cinema Clock Keely and Duralis par Dominique Cardona, Laurie Colbert L information sur le film, genre, classement, dure, photos, bande annonce, synopsis et critiques des usagers Keely and Du by Jane Martin Goodreads Keely and Du is a play by Jane Martin that was published inDu is an older religious woman who believes that abortion is an act that God wouldn t approve of, so she does everything in her power to help end abortion She and her religious pro life group acts to capture women considering abortion and holding them until their child is born Keely and Du Film Complet en Francais YouTube Sedated, Keely awakens to find herself captive in a cabin in northern Ontario Alone with Du, who has been assigned to be her guard and caregiver, she will be forced to bring her pregnancy to term Keely and Du WikipediaKeely and Du Ramapo College Theater YouTube Keely and Du by Jane Martin A Senior Advanced Project Directed by Christina Gallego Scenery Guthrie Morgan, Costumes Christine Cioletti, Lighting Sam Halpert Rodis Keely and DuPlot Summary IMDb Keely awakens to find herself captive in a cabin in Northern Ontario Alone with Du, who has been assigned to be her guard and caregiver, she will be forced to bring her pregnancy to term by an extremist anti choice faction Their only connection to the outside world is Robert, the mastermind of the operation Once Keely discovers there is no escape, she begins to adapt to the reality of her situation, while Keely and Du Analysis eNotes Keely and Du develop a personal relationship Du tells Keely of her own uneventful marriage to a man whom she found dull, and with whom she has three boys, while her baby girl had died Du Keely and Du Concord Theatricals Du, a right to life activist, and Keely, a pregnant rape victim Du is confining, transcend their circumstances and the ideological issues that separate them Keely and Du is a mind probing issue play with a gripping human face Who is accountable What is the extent of individual freedom What are a rape victim s rights What are a Christian s realities of procreation Their passionate stories exist on the extreme Keely and Du SummaryWords Bartleby Characters Duyear old nurse who takes care of Keely in a house basement Is married to an army husband and hadkids with him, but he lost her only daughter when she was just a baby Keely replaces almost the daughter she wishes she had Walter On the one hand, Keely and Du remains, if anything,depressingly relevant today than it was when first performed twenty years ago On the other hand, it s over the top politically preachy And preachy can work, but it needs to be balanced with a strong plot and characters.Overlal, Keely and Du is too much message and too little story, which is a shame The play s got a pretty intriguing idea behind it.After being raped by her ex husband, Keely wakes up chained to a bed in a basement A pro On the one hand, Keely and Du remains, if anything,depressingly relevant today than it was when first performed twenty years ago On the other hand, it s over the top politically preachy And preachy can work, but it needs to be balanced with a strong plot and characters.Overlal, Keely and Du is too much message and too little story, which is a shame The play s got a pretty intriguing idea behind it.After being raped by her ex husband, Keely wakes up chained to a bed in a basement A pro life group kidnapped her to prevent her from getting an abortion, planning to hold her until shortly before she s due to give birth Her warden is Du, an older woman and fanatical anti choice supporter.The concept is terrifying being held against one s will by a group of zealots is the stuff of nightmares And given some of the lengths anti choice groups will go to prevent abortions combined with their treatment of pregnant women as non entities the concept doesn t feel nearly as ridiculous and unrealistic as it should.But the play s overly loud drumbeat regarding abortion rights gives the whole play the feeling of a strident lecture The people most likely to see the play likely already agree with the playwright, which begs the question what, exactly, is the point of such an overly political play if it simply preaches to the choir While reading, I kept thinking Ms Martin would have been well served by borrowing from some classic science fiction the highbrow stuff namely, taking modern issues and putting them into a different situation to examine them without the baggage Yes, abortion is unique, but I think the play could have had a stronger punch and attracted a wider audience if it had focused on the story and the underlying message rather than the issue Quasi recommended This book deals with the conflict between pro choice versus pro life supporters Keely and Du is a play by Jane Martin that was published in 1993 Du is an older religious woman who believes that abortion is an act that God wouldn t approve of, so she does everything in her power to help end abortion She and her religious pro life group acts to capture women considering abortion and holding them until their child is born Keely is one of those women Keely has a father who needs constant care This book deals with the conflict between pro choice versus pro life supporters Keely and Du is a play by Jane Martin that was published in 1993 Du is an older religious woman who believes that abortion is an act that God wouldn t approve of, so she does everything in her power to help end abortion She and her religious pro life group acts to capture women considering abortion and holding them until their child is born Keely is one of those women Keely has a father who needs constant care, and she was brutally raped by her ex husband Her child is a daily reminder of her attack, and she wants an abortion because she doesn t want the baby to come into the world being hated by its mother The play deals with themes such as religion, abortion, sexual assault, generational differences in opinion, and morality.This book is definitely for someone who either has strong opinions on abortion, or is curious to learnon people s stances on the topic While I personally enjoyed reading this script, this play is definitely geared towards adults I say this because of the content and the pacing of the piece Certain scenes seem to drag and felt unnecessary, especially towards the beginning of the play That was one of the issues that I had with this piece I also hated both Keely and Du in the beginning of the play, which may not happen to everyone I was annoyed by both characters because they seemed to exhibit the extremes of both sides in the discussion of abortion Keely seemed to whiny, and Du seemed almost apathetic because she was so invested in holding Keely captive to protect a baby that she never cared about I would give this play a 3.75 5 This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I remember buying this at Shakespeare Co something like 8 years ago, and there was a kitty cat lying under the ladder downstairs with me in the drama section.I can t remember how I heard of the play, but I understand why I was drawn to it I used to think the best were issue dramas, concept plays, and this is one for sure a woman is kidnapped by Operation Retrieval from a clinic before her abortion procedure, and confined for months to prevent her from going back.I think I waited so lo I remember buying this at Shakespeare Co something like 8 years ago, and there was a kitty cat lying under the ladder downstairs with me in the drama section.I can t remember how I heard of the play, but I understand why I was drawn to it I used to think the best were issue dramas, concept plays, and this is one for sure a woman is kidnapped by Operation Retrieval from a clinic before her abortion procedure, and confined for months to prevent her from going back.I think I waited so long to read it, though, because some ideas lose everything the minute you put a lot of words to them How could this idea be sustained for a play How could it possibly end But it gained some traction and the longer scenes occasionally blossomed The scene on Keely s birthday was very kind In the end, it did manage to surprise me.The coat hanger was good