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She Said/She Said

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

Sometimes, settling a score calls for a little legal intervention: in other words, the courts.

"She Said/She Said" -- a new play at The Catholic University of America -- focuses on a rather distinctive custody dispute. WAMU education reporter Kavitha Cardoza recently attended a rehearsal of the play, and she says while the piece weaves together theology, law and politics, at heart, it's a story about love, a break-up and a battle for a baby.

[Music: "Mothersbaugh's Canon" by Mark Mothersbaugh from The Royal Tenenbaums]

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