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A coming-of-every-age story about acceptance across generations, perseverance, and love.
Mashal is back in her grandmother’s house. It was never a comfortable place to be, but after attending college in America, the many rules of Manzoor’s house and Pakistan’s patriarchal culture feel even more suffocating. As if that weren’t enough, Mashal’s mother Kareema, struggling post-divorce, has also moved back home. In their tight quarters, lifetimes of grief and long-held secrets rise to the surface. Will their shared history bring the women closer together or drive them furtherView more
949 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
All seats are removable at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. Wheelchairs can be positioned in the front row of either black box space (the Walcott or Snodgrass theatres). Please let us know if you use aView more
All seats are removable at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. Wheelchairs can be positioned in the front row of either black box space (the Walcott or Snodgrass theatres). Please let us know if you use a wheelchair, and we will reserve as many seats near that space as your party requires.View less
COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details
BPT’s COVID-19 Safety procedures proved to be very effective in keeping audiences and performers safe last season; audiences will be required to wear masks for the duration of their time at the theatre. Up-to-the-minute information regarding performance schedules, COVID-19 protocols and ticketing can be found on the BPT website (www.BostonPlaywrights.org) under Visit Us > COVID-19 Safety.