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This article is about the Amanda Whittington play. For the Ken Ludwig play, see Be My Baby (2005 play). Be My Baby is a 1997 play by British playwright Amanda Whittington, first produced at the Soho Theatre in London. Since the initial performances a number of different productions have been mounted, including in Salisbury Playhouse, Oldham Coliseum, Hull Truck Theatre and the Dukes Theatre, Lancaster.[1] The playscript was published by Nick Hern Books and set in England in the early 1960s. The protagonist of this play a 19 year old girl called Mary. Her mother (Mrs. Adams) discovers that Mary is seven months pregnant and sends her to a religious mother-baby home. Other pregnant girls staying at the home are Queenie, Norma and Dolores. Each of them are forced to come to terms with their pregnancy. Norma has her baby and it is taken away from her to be adopted. In the end, Mary gives birth to a girl. The baby girl is named Lucy. Lucy then gets taken away from Mary and is given to an adoptive family. The play ends with Mary leaving Lucy her teddy bear as something to remember her by. Soundtrack "Be My Baby"- The Ronettes "Chapel of Love"- The Dixie Cups "Past, Present and Future"- The Shangri-Las "So Young"- The Ronettes References ^ Doollee.com, the Playwright's Database - biography; http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsW/whittington-amanda.html (accessed 2nd Jan 2008) This article on a play from the 1990s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e