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Wallace Kirkman is a bright, articulate little boy, who loves his mother very much. When she kills herself with the same knife she has just finished using to cut his perfect peanut butter sandwich lunch, Wallace is hit with a lifelong dose of guilt, anger, and confusion. Over the course of Women and Wallace, Jonathan Marc Sherman’s prickly, poignant, and darkly humorous One-Act, Wallace tries to figure out the fascinating puzzle of girls, and confront the trauma of his mother’s loss, aided by his keen creative writing skills and self-deprecating sense of humor. Through interactions with the

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