I thought "Your Mother's Vagina" was stunning. It was brutally honest and hilliarious about a subject that many people don't feel confident sharing - Infertility. This play dives into issues that we as a society need to be discussing. The writing was fast and witty and then moved to poetic and poignant monologues seamlessly. It was wonderful. ...
I was gonna write a cutesy punny little review, y'know "when I entered Your Mother's Vagina, I knew I'd be totally satisfied," blah blah.
But the truth is, I don't want to be cutesy or punny. Because it deserves far more than that.
I was expecting laughs, because Amy Chaffee makes me laugh. I wasn't expecting tears. Amy's characters are so well-drawn that you know who they are right away without the need for the clumsy exposition so many writers fall back on. Beth Gudenrath and Rachel Hirshorn approach each sentence with relish, as though they're relieved to have words that women actually SAY falling out of their mouths.
Because I don't like discussing plot/story points in reviews because SPOILERS, I will say just one more thing: w...