Few things are more complicated than the relationship between a mother and a daughter, except for the delicate bond between three generations of women, which is explored in Lee Blessing’s 1985 play, Eleemosynary. The drama’s title, an archaic version of the word “charitable,” is an apt introduction to the story of a grandmother, a mother and a daughter struggling to accept their mutual need for each other. See this smart and sensitive play performed by The Lakeside Theatre Company.
$16-$34, based on performance date and time.
September 12-15 | 8pm, Thursday
2pm & 8pm, Friday-Saturday | 2pm, Sunday
Maumee Indoor Theater, 601 Conant St.