Built upon the transcripts of real women, "The Maternity Monologues" seeks to demystify the experiences of pregnancy, birth, and motherhood. Part of Theater for the New City's Dream Up Festival.Read more Show less
See it if you enjoy short takes on the subject, some funny, some serious, well presented in a lively and demanding performance by four actors.
Don't see it if you have difficulty with accents - I lost some meaning not being able to catch every word. Lighting is harsh. You want a linear play.
See it if you want to a fabulous show with great writing and great acting with a subject we can all embrace
Don't see it if British/Irish/Welsh/Cockney/American accents bother you. Each actress does one or more of these as a reflection of the individual on stage. Read more
See it if Enjoy a show about trials and tribulations of maternity, the humorous and sad parts of pregnancy & motherhood. Are OK w/ a bare minimum set
Don't see it if you have difficulty with Irish accents. Aren't interested in maternity and motherhood. Read more
See it if If you want to see the dark side of maternity, you've come to the right place. Written by a depressive on a bad day.
Don't see it if You like linear, plot or character-driven theater. This is a diatribe.
See it if You’ve had a baby - or are planning to have one.
Don't see it if You have trouble with accents. You don’t shows that are a series of short scenes. Read more
See it if You know someone in the cast
Don't see it if I really wanted to like this show since it was compared to the Vagina Monologues. Unfortunately, I didn't. It was slow and boring. Read more
See it if you are expecting or had a child. You may enjoy some parts of the show
Don't see it if A linear story
See it if You have nothing else to do
Don't see it if You want to be entertained with meaningful acting