Janice Fisher has not had an easy life. She worked the streets, was addicted to cocaine, and had her first daughter taken away from her when she was just fifteen. But she’s since turned her life around, and is a good mother to three happy girls — until a false accusation gets them apprehended and taken into foster care. Now Janice must fight to get her children back.
Kenneth T. Williams is a Cree playwright and dramaturg from the George Gordon First Nation in the Treaty 4 Territory. His plays, In Care, Café Daughter, Gordon Winter, Thunderstick, Bannock Republic, Suicide Notes and Three Little Birds, have been professionally produced across Canada.