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At its core, Mothers and Sons tells the story of a mother and a widower who still struggle to let go, and who have tried and failed to find comfort in each other.
While the more compact cast allows for a greater sense of magic and mobility, the most disconcerting aspect of the performance comes into play during the many flashbacks that occur as Edward’s tall tales are recounted.
A look at 2014’s most memorable Boston theater experiences.
More than just an exercise in avant-imagination, “Necessary Monsters” is blisteringly funny and critical.