What a Young Wife Ought to
Moscovitch's signature pairing of the ugly and the comedic is at its best blend to date.
Young Wife's comedy is clear though not always comfortable – we are often laughing
at the very things that make our stomachs turn.
– GLOBE & MAIL
Ladies, Gentlemen NEED TO SEE THIS PLAY because it shows where we were, the developments that we made and where we need to go now.
– BROADWAY WORLD
With its focus on pregnancy and childbirth, is SHOCKING and necessary.
– TORONTO STAR
Candid and intelligent.
It's 1920s working-class Ottawa, and young wife and mother Sophie is the host of the evening. We know her deceased sister
will speak to her.
We know her stable-boy husband makes very little money.
We know that Sophie
does not want more children.