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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  • DC Cathro:
    22 Jun. 2020
    DeVita paints a vivid picture. Six, actually. Flawed people, broken people, and sadly familiar people in a beautiful, dismal landscape. There are some hopeful moments scattered throughout the anguish and despair, and his dialogue has such style that the bright spots shine through like a beacon. Impactful.
  • 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.