Elizabeth A. M. Keel:
28 Aug. 2018
mother's son is very, very fresh. It provides a deft and sensitive portrayal of a mother’s grief and confusion. The ethereal coolness of her son’s music career is as present in the room as his specter. I really enjoyed the structure of the play, with its alternating confrontations and forged alliances. The dual mother scene, between Charlene and Marie, was one of the best sections. Imagine Gwendolyn and Cecily as tired, unwed mothers, squaring off!