At the exact center of Joan Vail Thorne’s play, Broadway and TV vet Frances Sternhagen (Cheers) masterfully portrays the blue-blooded matriarch who serves her family and friends both tea and daggers. Guarding her pain with a veneer of Southern charm, she would rather tell trivial tales than face the problem under her turned-up nose — that her son’s recent marriage has rendered her obsolete.
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