Follow the research of my latest work in progress: Alice Huffman comes to New York City from the potato fields of Long Island in 1941 to make her way on the Broadway stage only to discover she has no talent. At least, not for the stage.
It's the 1950s. A 16 year-old patient's doctors perform radical brain surgery on the boy, "successfully" treating him for his debilitating epileptic seizures. From that day forward, the seizures stop and so do the memories.
A 1940’s love story, that just happens to be about two women. Aubra is an opera diva, whose career collapsed when she was crippled with polio. Charlie is a modern day "Rosie the Riveter," who dreams of becoming a movie producer.