I tried to tell you and show you how much I love you. But, the more I tried, the angrier you became. If you are ready to talk about your insatiable anger, I’ll stay and talk… — George speaking to Judy, Viable: The Truth in One Act
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Today is the last day for viewers across the country to watch Viable: The Truth in One Act. National Right to Life encourages you to experience the play which explores one woman’s story of frustration and anger but one that will resonate with millions. Viable is the moving story of a mother who carries a burden—all because of a choice she made 30 years before.
National Right to Life, in cooperation with Christian Creative Media and WatchSalemMedia.com, is making the play available for repeated viewing for a one-time donation of $19.95. Viewers can watch the play by visiting WatchSalemMedia.com.
“We are thrilled that ‘Viable’ has been welcomed into homes across America,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. “’Viable’ begins with a mystery, explores every human emotion, and ends in a beautiful story of forgiveness and redemption.”
Viable was written by Dr. John Hoover, a former writer of live shows for the Disneyland Entertainment Division and a New York Times bestselling author. Dr. Hoover was inspired by the Holy Spirit to write this play to meet a special need for times such as these.
“So many people have seen the play but there are millions more who need to see this story,” said Tobias. “We thank Dr. Hoover and the cast for their work on this sensitive issue. We want this to be a way for women, men, and families to find hope and healing.”