This character, the oldest woman of the group, is from the countryside and is known for repeating her stories, especially stories about her cow.
This character is a baby.
An earthy woman in her forties, this woman has the only connection to a man in this play and is the most optimistic of the refugee women.
A well-established and successful psychiatrist living a comfortable life in New York City, this character has been appointed by the president to go to Bosnia to help war refugees there.
This character is a young woman in her twenties, a writer and trauma therapist who has traveled all over the world trying to help women who have suffered from war.
The youngest of the Bosnian women, this character likes everything American, and the other women tease her about watching too many American movies.
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