Mother Grace

putcha productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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MORGYN UTZMAN certified reviewer June 16, 2022
This show posed a lot of serious philosophical and ethical questions, admirably unafraid of exploring the gray areas and complexities of the serious subject matter. Regardless of one's opinion on the play and the themes, this is one that will leave the audience thinking in the days that follow. ... full review
DAVID LUCARELLI certified reviewer June 24, 2022
A well written well acted show that is not afraid to take us to some incredibly uncomfortable and disturbing places.... full review
MICHAEL RUSSNOW certified reviewer June 24, 2022
Mostly liked and increasingly inventive.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2022
Mother Grace is a peace that will most definitely leave you in your seat pondering how you should be left feeling after the final lights go out. An extremely brave play written by a new playwright to look out for in Aditya Putcha. ... full review
CHARLOTTE GALBREATH certified reviewer June 05, 2022
tagged as: thoughtful · intense · moving
This was a deeply compelling portrayal of sexual abuse and the ripple effect it has on the rest of your life. It found the humanity in people who do bad things, emphasizing the idea that one bad action doesn’t define someone, making this an incredibly moving redemption story. ... full review
ASHLEY FORD certified reviewer June 06, 2022
A thought provoking portrayal of sexual abuse. The playwright in particular did an excellent job showing how the cycle of abuse perpetuates throughout multiple individuals' lives.... full review
ELLIOT WHITE certified reviewer June 09, 2022
tagged as: relevant · mature · dark · intense · serious
Mother Grace is a thought provoking show that tackles the difficult conversation of redemption in today's society. Well-written, with strong performances, it delves into the depths of the darkness of humanity, unafraid of asking questions that many are too afraid to ask today.... full review
OLIVE BUDA certified reviewer June 11, 2022
tagged as: adult · provocative · redemption · Forgiveness
Glad I saw this show. It's a difficult subject and deals with forgiveness, growth, and identity. Who are we? Can we change? Does the past define our present? Can we truly be forgiven and forgive ourselves and others? Talented cast. ... full review
JOHN LEINGANG certified reviewer June 13, 2022
tagged as: life · redemption · God · Raw · visceral · heavy
A very theatrical piece that is raw and visceral. The scene changes and use of stage/furniture were very well done. At times I was holding my breath watching scenes unfold. A lot of the actors knew just how much to give to the performance, keeping the audience interested in the buildup to the climax.... full review
JEANNE RUSSSELL certified reviewer June 13, 2022
This was a wonderful play that is so relevant today. Raises questions of judgement and hypocrisy. The question remain remains open at the end and leaves you with a lot to ponder about you personal and group thinking.... full review