National Right to Life Convention Features Live Dinner Theater Performance of Viable: The Truth in One Act

Now who’s playing the blame game? 
Why did you stop there? 
Why didn’t you just divorce me? 
-Judy

Viable: The Truth in One Act

WASHINGTON, D.C.— National Right to Life is bringing Viable: The Truth in One Act to its 50th annual convention which runs from June 25th-26th at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia. The dinner theater show is the evening of Thursday, June 24th.

Viable explores one woman’s story of frustration and anger but one that will resonate with millions. The one-act play is the moving story of a mother who carries a burden—all because of a choice she made 30 years before. 

“We are thrilled to bring the live dinner theater production of ‘Viable’ to our 50th annual convention,” 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.

A preview of the dinner theater production can be seen here

Tobias continued, “We thank Dr. Hoover for his work on this sensitive issue as well as the actors who bring to life this moving story. We want this to be a way for women, men, and families to find hope and healing.” 

To purchase tickets for the dinner theater, visit https://nrlconvention.com/viable

The cast and the author are available for interviews by contacting National Right to Life’s communications department at (202) 626-8825 or emailing mediarelations@nrlc.org. Cast photos and author headshot are available upon request.For those facing the uncertainty of an unexpected pregnancy or for women who are seeking healing after an abortion, visit www.nrlc.org/help for more information. 

National Right to Life Convention Features Live Dinner Theater Performance of Viable: The Truth in One Act

Now who’s playing the blame game? 
Why did you stop there? 
Why didn’t you just divorce me? 
-Judy

Viable: The Truth in One Act

WASHINGTON, D.C.— National Right to Life is bringing Viable: The Truth in One Act to its 50th annual convention which runs from June 25th-26th at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport Hotel in Herndon, Virginia. The dinner theater show is the evening of Thursday, June 24th.

Viable explores one woman’s story of frustration and anger but one that will resonate with millions. The one-act play is the moving story of a mother who carries a burden—all because of a choice she made 30 years before. 

“We are thrilled to bring the live dinner theater production of ‘Viable’ to our 50th annual convention,” 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.

A preview of the dinner theater production can be seen here

Tobias continued, “We thank Dr. Hoover for his work on this sensitive issue as well as the actors who bring to life this moving story. We want this to be a way for women, men, and families to find hope and healing.” 

To purchase tickets for the dinner theater, visit https://nrlconvention.com/viable

The cast and the author are available for interviews by contacting National Right to Life’s communications department at (202) 626-8825 or emailing mediarelations@nrlc.org. Cast photos and author headshot are available upon request. For those facing the uncertainty of an unexpected pregnancy or for women who are seeking healing after an abortion, visit www.nrlc.org/help for more information.