March 2 & 3 at 8pm
Brand new romantic comedy by Katherine DiSavino, author of the smash comedy Nanaʼs Naughty Knickers. .
Olivia and Gabe are moving into their first apartment together. They’ve just packed up all of their belongings and driven halfway across the country, to start a new life together in Chicago. Their moving day doesn’t go exactly as planned, though, and things become slightly more complicated when all of their parents show up to help! Can a two bedroom apartment contain all of the love, laughs, worry and wisdom that’s about to happen? This brand new comedy from the author of Nana’s Naughty Knickers takes a generational look at relationships, and how sometimes parents are passing their best lessons on to their children without even meaning to. Funny and touching, this one will make you laugh out loud and fall in love all over again.
“Things My Mother Taught Me is superbly written…[it’s] a wonderful, sentimental, true-to-life comedy about love and family, guaranteed to leave young and old with knowing smiles, because we’ve all had mothers of our own.” – Intelligencer Journal
“Expect to fall head over heels for Things, a show with heart and humor…It is, quite simply, loveable.” – Lancaster Sunday News
“When you move into a new apartment, don’t forget to clean the top of the refrigerator and buy a new toilet seat. These are just a few tips from Things My Mother Taught Me, a hilarious show [that] had last Friday’s audience laughing so hard that some of those in attendance had tears streaming down their faces…” – Charity Apple / Times-News
“[Things My Mother Taught Me] is is entertaining and touching, enough to move the heart of the most reluctant romantic.” – The Oakland Press
“Makes for one hilarious time…Things My Mother Taught Me has just about everything you’d want in a romantic comedy, all wrapped up with an appreciate-your-mother bow. You shouldn’t miss it.” – Quad-Cities Online
“This is a clever script with lots of laughs… “Things My Mother Taught Me” may be the most love-affirming comedy you’re likely to see this season [and] it is a treat to see a play in which three couples love each other and value the things that make their partners special.” – The Examiner