By Karen Hartman
Directed by Jackson Gay
With Blair Baker, Lauren Molina, Timiki Salinas, Shayna Nicole Small, Beatrice Ethel Tulchin, Victoria Huston-Elem, and Nick Piacente
Max, a single lesbian, just gave birth. She’s unemployed, with a house that’s falling apart, an ex on the loose, and no clue how to nurse her newborn. Can Goldie, an Orthodox Jewish lactation consultant, guide Max into motherhood? Or will conflicting family values get the better of them both?
A surprising and deeply human comedy about motherhood, family, and doing what comes naturally.
Part of 59E59 Theaters VOLT Festival 2022: celebrating the work of Karen Hartman.
MBL Productions has spent nearly a decade producing American and New York premieres of courageous new plays and musicals, authentic stories that foster appreciation and understanding of community and the human experience. At 59E59, MBL most recently produced Fern Hill by Michael Tucker, Smart Blonde by Willy Holtzman, and C. O. A. L. – Confessions of a Liar by David Brian Colbert.
Read more at: http://MBLProductions.net
"A witty and big-hearted play"
"no synopsis could adequately preview playwright Karen Hartman's wicked gift for language" – Broward Palm Beach News
"A wonderfully funny and beautifully caring new play that wraps you in its warm embrace and sends you back into the world with a smile." – South Florida Theater Scene