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'The Best of The MOMologues' recently appeared for a staged reading benefit performance on April 2 and 3 at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA. Featuring hilarious and sometimes poignant material from all three hit shows, the cast included funny moms from stage, screen and radio including: Leigh Barrett, Sue Brady, Paula Markowicz, Erica McDermott, Melissa McMeekin, Julie Nations and Ilyse Robbins.

The show featured grown-up conversations, not appropriate for children.


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Proceeds from the show benefitted The Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, which helps Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families heal from the invisible wounds of war — post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury (TBI) — through clinical care, community education and research.
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 A shout-out to moms out there, because you know moms everywhere... are getting a good laugh at this. 
 A very, very candid look at motherhood! 
 The hit show showcases the real life status that tells it like it really is… A sassy, irreverant, and loving look at the mother of all jobs ... The MOMologues has really hit a nerve with audiences. 
 Reveals the funny, secretive side of having kids! 
 At the show we caught, the audience frequently exploded in laughter


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The latest MOMologues premiered at a benefit performance at the Company Theatre in Norwell, MA, offering a night of hilarious comedy about all the fun that is being a mom during the middle school and high school years. Do you think sarcasm and bitterness play a part? Just guess. (We say that with love.)

The cast included Melissa McMeekin (30 Rock, The Fighter), Erica McDermott (The Fighter and Irish Whisper), Company favorite Paula Markowicz and the multitalented Ilyse Robbins. Proceeds benefitted Operation Military Kids, which supports over 13,000 children in Massachusetts.

Melissa McMeekin, Erica McDermott, Paula Markowicz and Ilyse Robbins
Photo by Lisa Rafferty

MOMologues 3: The Final Push is now available through Samuel French, the most prestigious company of its kind. The comedy joins The MOMologues and MOMologues 2: Off to School to deliver laughs to moms as they navigate the sometimes hilarious - at times alarming - world of parenting.

Theater companies from across the United States and around the world have already produced the original MOM1 and MOM2 resulting in performances in fourteen states, along with four countries. Many productions were benefits for mothers and children, continuing the longstanding MOMologues tradition of serving up laughs with a side of financial support for deserving local nonprofits.



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