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Theres no way we shoulda been arrested for sabotaging the war effort trying to organize a strike But if you really wanted to arrest somebody, you could go down to the British Munitions Factory and charge them with murder cuz thats what it was. Making us work all these long, crazy hours was bound to kill somebody.From the renowned author of Balconville, this powerful drama gives a voice to the disillusioned working-class women employed at the British Munitions Factory in Verdun, Quebec, during the First World War. Following in the trudging footsteps of Fennarios anti-war protest play Bolsheviki (Talonbooks, 2012), Motherhouse similarly debunks the sentimental notions of duty, heroism, and nationhood that figured so prominently in Canadian war effort campaigns and that persist in Canadian history textbooks today.In 1915, with tensions running high across the country over conscription and linguistic and religious issues, dedicated mothers, wives, sisters, and sweethearts assemble artillery shells to support the war effort and inadvertently find themselves called together to bring about change both in their working conditions and in their personal lives. Meanwhile, their beloved soldiers die on battlefields overseas while their children starve at home as prices rise because of war profiteering. Verduns munitions manufacturer employed more than four thousand women during the war, including Fennarios mother. Tragically, the city of Verdun sacrificed more soldiers to both World Wars than any other place in Canada.Cast of 1 woman.