Implied Consent: A Play on the Sanctity of Human Life, in Four Acts

G. Stolyarov II
First Edition Published in 2007
Second Edition Published in 2013
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Implied Consent - A Play on the Sanctity of Human Life - Second Edition - by G. Stolyarov II


Implied Consent – A Play on the Sanctity of Human Life 

Second Edition – by G. Stolyarov II

The 95-year-old self-made multi-billionaire Quintus Grummond collapses from heart failure and enters a state of brain death. Meanwhile, his son Oswald makes plans for his father to never again awaken. Oswald hires a shyster lawyer who attempts to legitimize Grummond’s termination by claiming that the multi-billionaire is no longer truly alive and that he has given Oswald “implied consent” to make decisions regarding his fate. This play depicts a battle over a principle: the question of whether anybody has the right to terminate an innocent individual’s life against his explicit wishes.

This is the Second Edition of Implied Consent, with original and freely downloadable cover art by Wendy Stolyarov. This play was originally written in December 2004 and January 2005; the First Edition was published in May 2007.

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