Vintage Theatre | Review: ‘Night, Mother
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Review: ‘Night, Mother

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Review: ‘Night, Mother

By David Marlowe

“Marsha Norman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “Night Mother” is being given a soul-shattering reading by two of Denver’s finest in the intimacy of the Bond-Trimble Theatre at Vintage Theatre in Aurora.

Imbued with profound sadness, this tale of a young woman’s last hour is sensitively directed by Billie McBride.
Emma Messenger delivers a nuanced portrayal of a mother brought face to face with a situation she never could have imagined to be possible. Haley Johnson gives us a heart-rending portrayal of a lost soul who has shut every door in her life…except one.”