When Mom's the Word came to Vancouver back in 1993, the show's writers and creators (Linda A Carson, Jill Daum, Alison Kelly, Robin Nichol, Barbara Pollard, Deborah Williams) had 12 children between them, all under the age of six. The show was humorously relatable, whether you were a parent or not, with a universal message about love, commitment, and family that struck a chord wherever it went, selling out shows all over the world.
Twelve years later, their children now in their teens, came Mom's the Word 2: the ladies proved they still have what it takes to put together one of the funniest, heart wrenching, intimate shows to hit the stage.
They don't miss a beat with Mom's the Word: Remixed (an amalgamation of the first two shows, starring Jill Daum, Beverley Elliott, Alison Kelly, Barbara Pollard, and Deborah Williams) moving easily from humour to drama to tragedy and back to humour. The play gives a hilarious inside view on relationships surrounding motherhood.