Ten months before their baby is born, Kate isn’t pregnant and Guy isn’t even sure that they should have a baby. After all, babies are expensive, and messy, and then there’s the environmental impact. And look how having Lola has changed their best friends’ lives. Scary. A month later Kate and Guy are pregnant, and Maybe, Probably follows their tribulations over the next nine months as they attempt the impossible task of controlling their current and future circumstances as parents.
Maybe, Probably is the Winner of the 2019 Moondance International Film Festival for Best Stage Play. It was developed in part through readings at the Goodman Theatre (dir. Steve Scott), New Group (dir. Marlo Hunter), The Lark Playwright Development Center (dir. Tom Wojtunik), New Century Theatre (dir. Susan Daniels), and a workshop at The Drilling Company (dir. Hamilton Clancy). The play was selected for the 2018 New Play Workshop at the Florida Repertory Company, and was named a Finalist for the Reva Shiner Comedy Award issued by the Bloomington Playwrights Project.