Mothers, Martinis, and Death

Six short plays: Checking The Basement For Leaks, Repetition; How Mrs. Henson Killed Her Children; Nigel, Guys, and Dolls; Lord's Theory; and The Hamburdian Candidate.

(Each of these plays are also available to be read individually.)
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Mothers, Martinis, and Death

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  • Colleen O'Doherty:
    2 Apr. 2020
    This was truly an enjoyable, heartfelt mix. Some read like poems, others like wonderful conversations with the audience. So, so lovely.
  • Julie Zaffarano:
    30 Mar. 2020
    A honest and heartfelt collection of plays about coming of age and family struggles. Honest and well-told depiction from each character's perspective of themselves and their inward yearnings. Well done.
  • Maxwell Johnson:
    23 Mar. 2020
    A wonderful collection of plays. DeVita weaves together a beautiful and heartbreaking evening of theatre that focuses on the suffocating expectations of our parents, the pain of loss, and begs the audience to consider what our legacy will truly be.