Raleigh Little Theatre’s "Mothers and Sons" sympathetically focused on a parent’s inability to accept her son’s orientation while desperately wanting to assign blame for it.
Raleigh Little Theatre’s "Mothers and Sons" sympathetically focused on a parent’s inability to accept her son’s orientation while desperately wanting to assign blame for it. Curtis Scott Brown
Raleigh Little Theatre’s "Mothers and Sons" sympathetically focused on a parent’s inability to accept her son’s orientation while desperately wanting to assign blame for it. Curtis Scott Brown

In 2016, Triangle’s most memorable shows were timely, thought-provoking

January 13, 2017 5:19 PM