Based on a true story, ‘Everyone’s Mother’ is an intensely
personal, solo theatre work, that uses story, song and humour to explore the
interconnected lives of a group of ‘Mothers’.
The main character is a woman who was adopted at birth in
1963 and in 2019 finds herself mothering a young girl from Nepal.
The solo show explores the beliefs, expectations and cultural
assumptions that our society embeds in ‘motherhood' and our culture’s obsession
with the ‘importance' of biological motherhood.
‘Everyone’s Mother’ explores ‘Motherhood' in all its 'complexity,
subjectivity, possibility and impossibility’, to create a challenging yet
loving, touching and unique story that goes beyond culture, beyond belief and
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