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Jackie and Harriet look at baby Daniel during a rehearsal for She Said/She Said.
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Jackie and Harriet look at baby Daniel during a rehearsal for She Said/She Said.

The play is called "She Said/She Said" by Rebecca Gingrich-Jones, sister-in-law of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. It's being staged by the Drama Department at Catholic University of America. There's plenty of thelogy, law and politics weaved into the play, but at it's heart it's a story about love, a breakup and a battle for a baby.

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