A Good Way to Celebrate Mother’s Day even for the Estranged

Just letting you know about “My Mother’s Keeper”—play at the Cherry now thru May 27. It deals directly with the topic of grandparenting—great humor and many heartfelt moments! Sun. 2pm matinee plus Fri & Sat. 7:30.

I’m going to the 2pm Sunday the 13th Mother’s Day, get your tickets and I’ll see you there:

My Mother’s Keeper, a play written by Jane Press and directed by Robin McKee, moves fluidly back and forth between 1914 and the present. Taking place within the memories of four generations of women in a show business family. Looking through the lens of the mother-daughter relationship dynamic. My Mother’s Keeper is an examination of our matriarchal inheritance, with all its inherent – and inherited – blessings and curses. It is a moving, sometimes very funny, sometimes disturbing, ultimately healing work.

My Mother’s Keeper opens at the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, Carmel, on April 27th, and will run May 27th, 2018. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30PM, and Sundays at 2:00PM, There will be two performances on Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 18th), at 2:00PM and 7:30PM. Tickets are $20, $18 for groups of ten or more, and are available online at ticketguys.com or by calling (831) 233-1941.

One response to “A Good Way to Celebrate Mother’s Day even for the Estranged”

  1. carolanne muller


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