Crowded Fire welcomes back the nationally-lauded Anderson after producing the world-premiere of her first play, DRIP, in 2009 and GOOD GOODS in 2012. Poetic, mysterious, and full of longing, Christina Anderson's INKED BABY questions how and why we hold onto land and family, even when both seem toxic and the future tenuous.
A young woman agrees to carry a baby for her sister, who’s had several miscarriages, in Christina Anderson’s 2009 drama, directed by Lisa Marie Rollins. And an industrial waste site in their African-American neighborhood has been determined to cause health problems--including miscarriages. The circumstances are dire. Crowded Fire, which has produced two of Anderson’s plays, calls this one “poetic and mysterious.”