Pulitzer Prize winning playwright tackles issue of exploited women and girls
A play about some of the issues women and girls face, including sexual violence and exploitation is in the works by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Marsha Norman.
She is working with "Theatre for Humans" a group that tackles social issues and the UN's Creative Community Outreach Initiative.
Norman has written numerous plays about what she calls "the trapped girl" including "'night, Mother" and "The Color Purple". Julie Walker spoke with her about this new play.