‘Diversifications’ is a female centric play, about three women who meet in the waiting room to receive the results of their genetic testing. With emotions running high and the clock ticking, they share their most intimate thoughts and yearnings and soon realise that each of them have something the other one craves: children, career, freedom. Three women. Three generations. Same desire: change. By the end of their encounter, they decide to walk out of the clinic without getting the results. Playing ‘genetic roulette’, they start living by new rules and follow their dreams. However, their decision has dire consequences. A year after they have passed, their husbands / partners meet to try and understand the logic behind that spontaneous, yet fatal decision. The play, full of ‘laugh out loud’ moments, is structured as a 'back and forth' of opinions: male versus female perspective on marriage, love and parenthood. This is a heartwarming story about tough life choices, love and forgiveness. A highly emotive piece, it is peppered with humour and a deep understanding of humans and their complicated relationships.