Night Mother tickets are a great investment if a strong night of theater is what you're
after. Originally written in 1983, Marsha Norman is a playwright with a deft skill at writing on relationships and the idea
of values as her play explores daughter's discussion with her mother about her intentions to commit suicide that very night.
A moving production to be sure, theater tickets to this climactic play will sell out quickly,
and with good reason. Translated into a film adaptation only three years after the play hit the stage, the 1983 play won the
Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and the show carries its accolades with poise and respect. Originally starring Kathy Bates as Jessie,
the female lead, and Anne Pitoniak as Mama, this play has been a hit with fans for years.
The disturbing yet unavoidable climax of this play is reason enough to get tickets to see the production, and with such
big names stars willing to take on the roles, you know the play must pack a wallop. Starring Edie Falco in the 2004 Broadway
revival of the play, the comeback was intense and fans flocked to see the show. Take a cue from them and get yourself tickets
today; you will not regret it!