Theatre East's world premiere drama explores the often turbulent relationship between faith and mental health through the eyes of a mother and daughter.
An agoraphobe travels the rough terrain of guilt and loss as she struggles to hide key details about her son’s death from her estranged daughter. As the 10th anniversary of the devastating family tragedy approaches, Bonnie and her daughter, Jesse, will either find new faith in each other, or destroy what little they have left.
See it if The few scenes with the girl's friend and her boyfriend are entertaining.
Don't see it if But the mom tells rambling stories about groceries and food wraps, the dad shouts all his lines, and story is repetitive. Slow at 1 hr45m.
See it if Acting is good to very good (especially Emily Verda). Story had potential but...
Don't see it if Playwright threw a bunch of things in a blender and forgot to push start. Stereotypes. Lack of development. Cheap devices.
See it if You like Southern melodrama
Don't see it if You're turned off by stereotypical dumb-ass brutes with abused girlfriends and Bible-thumpers drawling in Southern accents about honey-fille
See it if I liked it, the acting was superb-- that mom and daughter were amazing. The characters and the situations had depth, made it interesting
Don't see it if You hate flashback pieces-- it was a tad confusing.