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When Olivia finds herself in the hospital with limited memory, she must dig through her messy past to figure out which of the loves of her life is her emergency contact, only to understand that her desire to make everyone happy has left no one happy. Through a series of realizations, she reclaims her right to be flawed and loved in all her human complexity. However, as she regains clarity, tragedy strikes, but that’s when Olivia literally moves Heaven and Earth to reconnect with her greatest love - her son.

*Formerly named With(out) Her  Call It Love. 

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 CHILINA KENNEDY  (Music & Lyrics) 

Chilina is an award winning actress, writer, composer, and the Artistic Producer of Eclipse Theatre Company. She has been writing original music for over 20 years and most recently contributed an original song to the new Canadian song cycle ‘Til Then. Chilina is the longest running “Carole King” in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway, playing over 1,200 performances. Other Broadway roles include “Annie” in Paradise Square and “Mary” in Des McAnuff’s Jesus Christ Superstar (2012). Chilina played “Dina“ in the North American Tour of The Band's Visit (Toronto Theatre Critics’ Award), originated “Pheobe” in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (CT and San Diego Critics’ Circle Nominations) and “Binky” in This Ain’t No Disco (Atlantic Theater Company). Film: With Me (BravoFact, NY Shorts and Whistler Film Festivals) and “Elle” in The Human Voice (OAC). Chilina honored Carole King at the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors by playing her and singing with Aretha Franklin, James Taylor, Sara Bareilles and Janelle Monáe


Multiple award-winner Eric Holmes has a proven track record of success on both stage and screen. Eric was a writer on the critically acclaimed TV series The Good Fight on Paramount+ for four seasons. His musical Fly More Than You Fall, co-written with Nat Zegree, received nine regional Broadway World Awards, including Best Musical and Best New Work, at its premiere at the NOORDA Center in Orem, Utah. His musical, Born Country, that he wrote with his wife Erin Holmes, is receiving a NYC workshop in 2023 helmed by Kenneth Ferrone (Grease Live! and the Broadway bound musical The Wanderer). Eric has received the David S. Hawes Scholarship for his farce Nearly Departed and was nominated for the Otis Guernsey New Voices Playwriting Award for his play Black Friday. He participated in the LARK’S Writer’s Retreat and was a writer-in-residence at The New Harmony Project. Other credits include: Evil (CBS), Smash (NBC).


DANIEL EDMONDS (Music Supervisor/Director, Arranger, Orchestrator & Music Producer)

Daniel is a music director, supervisor, arranger, orchestrator, conductor and pianist. Broadway: Shucked, Paradise Square. West End: The Showgirl Within. Film: scores for The Suitor, Monolith, Butcherbird, and the song “Man To Man” from Super Awesome. Other selected theater: composer of a new version of The Wind In The Willows, and the originating Music Director of world premiere productions of King Kong, Strictly Ballroom (with Baz Luhrmann) and Dream Lover. Also: MD of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Chicago and Pippin in Australia.

Numerous concerts, tours and albums with pop, jazz and theater artists as conductor/arranger.

Highlights include piano for Lea Salonga’s “Great Performances” PBS Special, Meow Meow’s Little

Mermaid, Caroline O’Connor, David Campbell, Courtney Act and Johnny Manuel.




Brian is a two-time Tony Award® winning producer (Leopoldstadt, The Inheritance). He is a co-producer of the current Tony Award®-nominated Broadway musical SUFFS. Brian is also an investor (Prima Facie, SIX (Tony Award® for Best Score), Come From Away (Tony Award® for Best Director) and The Woodsman (Obie Award)). He executive produced Randy Rainbow’s Grammy Award® nominated album “A Little Brains, A Little Talent”. He has been a business lawyer for over 40 years. Brian executive produced the March 2023 industry presentation and 2024 West End Concert of WILD ABOUT YOU.

CAITLIN MCNEILAGE (Associate Producer)

Caitlin McNeilage is a multi-hyphenate artist and producer. Her producing credits include a sold-out run of the new musical Lighthouse at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the popular 54 Below concert series, The Leading Lady Club. Caitlin is also the Executive Producer of new musicals Born Country and Food Fighters.

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