Co-produced by The SLOM Collective and The Theatre Centre
Playwright(s): Hannah Moscovitch
A playwright writes an expose of modern motherhood: a confessional piece about her own darkly funny truths. One of her oldest friends, an actress, tells the story, and through it, her own secrets start to surface.
This isn’t mothers as butts of jokes, villains, or perfect angels of the house. Secret Life of a Mother reveals what two women are actually experiencing: the raw, transcendent, untold secrets of mothering. This is motherhood for the 21st century: hallucinatory, gothic, and empowered.
No performances scheduled.