Olivia and Gabe are moving into their first apartment together. They’ve just packed up all of their belongings and driven halfway across the country to start a new life together in Chicago. Their moving day doesn’t go exactly as planned, though, and things become slightly more complicated when all of their parents show up to help! Can a two-bedroom apartment contain all of the love, laughs, worry, and wisdom that’s about to happen?
“Things My Mother Taught Me is superbly written […] [it’s] a wonderful, sentimental, true-to-life comedy about love and family, guaranteed to leave young and old with knowing smiles, because we’ve all had mothers of our own.” – Intelligencer Journal
“Expect to fall head over heels for Things, a show with heart and humor […] It is, quite simply, loveable.” – Lancaster Sunday News
“When you move into a new apartment, don’t forget to clean the top of the refrigerator and buy a new toilet seat. These are just a few tips from Things My Mother Taught Me, a hilarious show [that] had last Friday’s audience laughing so hard that some of those in attendance had tears streaming down their faces.” – Charity Apple / Times-News
“[Things My Mother Taught Me] is is entertaining and touching, enough to move the heart of the most reluctant romantic.” – The Oakland Press
“Makes for one hilarious time […] Things My Mother Taught Me has just about everything you’d want in a romantic comedy, all wrapped up with an appreciate-your-mother bow. You shouldn’t miss it.” – Quad-Cities Online
“This is a clever script with lots of laughs […] Things My Mother Taught Me may be the most love-affirming comedy you’re likely to see this season [and] it is a treat to see a play in which three couples love each other and value the things that make their partners special.” – The Examiner