Bill Doan’s “Drifting” is being considered as more than a play. He is working with Penn State Press to do an adaptation of this as a graphic novel.
Doan’s sister has suffered a traumatic brain injury and is in a permanent vegetative state. Doan struggles with the question of what’s to be done when medical technology saves a life that maybe shouldn’t have been saved.
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