MOMologues 3: The Final Push

by  Lisa Rafferty, Sheila Eppolito, Stefanie Cloutier

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  4f

MOMologues 3: The Final Push showcases all the fun that is being a mom during the middle and high school years. Do you think sarcasm and bitterness play a part? Just guess...

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    90 minutes
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  • Audience

    Target Audience

    • Adult
    • Senior

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At long last, the dreaded teen years have been captured with the usual MOM hilarity with MOMologues 3: The Final Push.  Responding to pleas from moms who saw the first two shows, the writers understood that comedy would abound as they experienced their own torment and terror as the moms of teenagers.  From the list of parenting fails to the Seven Dwarves of the puberty years:  Surly, Grumpy, Moody, Sulky, Secretive, Fresh and Spoiled, this play captures the laughs and tears of motherhood again. Four separate characters tell their individual stories, either directly to the audience in monologues, in scenes with each other or in the always popular round robin  of 'Things Moms Say.'
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"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 MOMlogues has really hit a nerve with audiences.”" - The Comcast Network, NiteBeat

“The round robin of stories and anecdotes... runs the gamut of emotion and experience that makes up motherhood.” – The Boston Globe

“Hats off to local writers Lisa Rafferty, Stefanie Cloutier, and Sheila Eppolito for hatching this show about the jolts and joys of motherhood.” – Boston Tab

“Truth is definitely funnier than fiction!” – The Boston Globe

"The show is about the ups and downs of motherhood; what binds mothers together, not what sets them apart... edgy, funny, and true." — Showcase Magazine
"Reveals the funny, secretive side of having kids!" — Parents & Kids Magazine




Performing Groups

  • Community Theatre
  • Dinner Theatre
  • Professional Theatre
  • Reader's Theatre
  • Shoestring Budget
  • Large Stage
  • Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups


  • Caution Strong Language Strong Language
  • Caution Mild Adult Mild Adult Themes

License details

  • Minimum Fee: £55 per performance plus VAT when applicable.



  • Time Period: Contemporary, Present Day
  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Setting: The set can be as simple or elaborate as the director would like. It can be performed as a reading for a benefit with four chairs and four music stands and a handful of props. It can be produced with a simple set.
  • Additional Features: Play w/ Music
  • Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes


  • Musical Style: N/A (Not a musical)
  • Vocal Demands: N/A (Not a musical)
  • Chorus Size: N/A (Not a musical)


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Cast Attributes

  • All Female
  • Ensemble cast
  • Non-Traditional casting

Casting Notes

The cast calls for 4 moms, reading between the ages of 25 - 40, any type or ethnicity.




Lisa Rafferty

Lisa Rafferty is a director, playwright and producer known in the Boston area for helming plays and musicals at various theater companies and for producing the Elliot Norton Awards. She co-created 'FINISH LINE: A documentary play about the 2013 Boston Marathon' with Joey Frangieh - world premiere at the Shubert Theatr ...

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Sheila Eppolito

Sheila Eppolito's The MOMologues and MOMologues 2: Off to School draw on the hilarity and pathos inherent in mothering three (now) teenaged daughter ...

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Stefanie Cloutier

Stefanie Cloutier is a writer, performer, and communications professional whose personal life informs her professional one. In addition to co-writing the three MOMologues plays with Lisa Rafferty and Sheila Eppolito, she performed in the first two shows, and is a long-time theater veteran, wit ...

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MOMologues 3: The Final Push premiered at the Company Theatre in Norwell, Massachusetts in May of 2013. 

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