"Unflinching and unsentimental, Dry Land is the story of two unlikely friends who come together as they struggle to deal with an unwanted pregnancy," said director Sarah Lacy Hamilton. "I'm drawn to Ms. Spiegel's refusal to go easy on her audience or her actors. She fearlessly depicts what many teenagers in America deal with every day, without pulling punches or political correctness. Far from the politicization of Planned Parenthood, Dry Land is about the young women who find themselves caught up in this very real situation." Ester is a swimmer trying to stay afloat. Amy is curled up on the locker room floor. Victor hates jocks but not girls. Reba just wants to party. Hailed by the New York Times as, “remarkable…tender, caustic, funny and harrowing, often all at the same time.” Dry Land is a play about girls, abortion, bath salts, bathing suits, rashes, love, and what happens in one high school locker room after everybody’s left.