Review by Brittany Crowell
THE MOTHER is an odyssey through the brain of a Mother whose children have all moved on. Being all alone causes the fear and anxiety of an empty nest to unnerve the Mother. This piece will leave you to piece together its reality with more questions than answers. It will also make you want to call your mother.
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THE MOTHER – by Florian Zeller; translated by Christopher Hampton; directed by Trip Cullman
WITH – Isabelle Huppert (The Mother); Chris Noth (The Father); Justice Smith (The Son); Odessa Young (The Girl)
Sets by Mark Wendland; costumes by Anita Yavich; lights by Ben Stanton; sound and original compositions by Fitz Patton; projections by Lucy Mackinnon; fight direction by J. David Brimmer; dialect coach, Kate Wilson; casting by Telsey + Company; stage manager, Samantha Watson; production manager, S.M. Payson. Presented by Atlantic Theater Company, Neil Pepe, artistic director; Jeffory Lawson, managing director; Annie MacRae, associate artistic director; Pamela Adams, general manager. At the Linda Gross Theater (336 West 20th Street); 866-811-4111, atlantictheater.org. Through April 13.