Mother of Him
Witness a compelling play on infamy and family that is full of intense drama. An award-winning play by Evan Placey, Mother of Him will keep you gripping the edge of your seat throughout the presentation!
Why You Should Watch Mother of Him
What would it really take to coerce a mother to dislike her own son? Mother of Him is an intense drama that explores the depth of domestic troubles and family bonds. The presentation exudes a sense of power as it adopts provocative themes to advance the narrative.
Mother of Him features the talented Tracy-Ann Oberman who plays the role of Brenda Kapowitz, the protagonist. Oberman is well-known for her role in EastEnders as Chrissie Watts. She is also famous for her work on the sensational comedies Toast of London and Friday Night Dinner. Present Language, Printer Six, and Pack of Lies are some of the theatre credits that she has worked on with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Evan Placey is a playwright from Canada who has won a plethora of awards such as the King’s Cross Award for New Writing, and was the Samuel Fench Canadian Play Contest Winner for 2011. Moreover, he is also the winner of the RBC Under 30 National Playwriting Competition by Tarragon Theatre. His notable works include Scaberia, Girls Like That, Holloway Jones, Consensual, and WiLd!.
This rousing drama is directed by Max Lindsay, who is debuting at Park Theatre. Plays like Angry, the Southwark Playhouse production, were spearheaded by him and have enjoyed massive success. He also also directed numerous shows at Nuffield Theatre. Lindsay and Placey have collaborated on projects several times, and are known for their excellent chemistry.
The play is based on a true story, and revolves around Brenda, a mother who has to juggle between her work life and her kids. Life is hard enough having to send Jason, her 8-year-old to school, while handling Matthew, her eldest son. Now, with Matthew being accused of odious crimes, and being placed on house arrest, Brenda is under more pressure than ever. The media surround her house, and Hanukkah is right around the corner. Can this mother prevent her family from falling apart while struggling to deal with her guilt? Find out in this gripping drama!
Lovers of Family Drama | Adult Audiences
Know Before You Go
Photo and video recording are not allowed during the show.
This play is suitable only for viewers aged 16 and above.
The Park Theatre has a seating capacity of 200.
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
All West End show tickets are non-refundable.
Your booking confirmation will be sent via email. Please display the ticket on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the Box Office of the theatre.