A comedy with a few serious bits !
John McDwyer describes his play, Turning Mammy, as a comedy with a few serious bits. Sisters Martha and Mary live together on the family farm. Mary is involved in a long term search for her baby who was adopted at birth while Martha is involved in a long term wait for neighbour, Ambrose’s Mammy to die so that she can finally marry the love of her life. That’s as simple as it gets, however, as we discover dysfunctional people with deep secrets and passions. Directed by the author, this is a play with as many laugh out loud set-ups as moments of sadness.
Another Beezneez winner.