Even King Solomon would be stumped by the custody battle in Luna Gale. This sharp-eyed contemporary drama focuses on Caroline, a social worker who must decide whether a hospitalized infant should be given back to her crack-addicted young parents or the infant's grandmother, a religious evangelist. Caught in the middle of a much larger fight, her decisions about the child's welfare dredge up a secretive past and further ignite the conflict. The Chicago Tribune hailed the play as "excellent and intensely involving," while the Sun-Times agreed, calling it "provocative and impassioned." Now Stoneham Theatre presents the Boston premiere of this heartbreaking and unforgettable tale from Pulitzer nominee Rebecca Gilman.