The play helps us to see the value of every person just as Mother Teresa did.
"To us what matters is [the] individual...to show that love and respect for the person. I believe in person-to-person..." ~Mother Teresa
Description of Person-to-Person
Because Mother Teresa's life was truly about those she loved, she opens the play and then disappears so the audience may encounter the true value of Frances, a woman in her 20's who is searching for meaning; Clare, a spunky nursing home patient; Jerry, a homeless man; Ann, a prostitute; and Joy, a disabled woman who loves life.
Christin earned her M.A. in theatre from Villanova University and a B.A. in theatre from Bridgewater State College.