Mommy, Are We Poor?
Working girl meets the #metoo movement
Chelsea is a widowed single mom with two jobs, two kids, too many bills, with Christmas approaching and no money for presents. Her boss offers to help, but it's not the kind of help she had in mind. Can this struggling family get out of a 100 foot hole with a 50 foot ladder?
This performance includes profanity and adult situations, and is intended for Teen and Adult audiences.
The performance on Wednesday, August 17th is Pay-What-You-Can, so that anyone who wants to see this show canView more
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Prior to the performance on August 6th, there will be a fundraising reception for the Massachusetts Debt Relief Foundation, a local non-profit that provides pro bono legal representation to low income residents of our community. Your support will help people like Chelsea, the lead in the play, whose role was inspired by actual events. Tickets are $75, and include a catered reception, cash bar, entertainment, as well as admission to that evening's performance.
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