New play tackles marriage and immigration • Caribbean Life

Mom knows best: In B. Nandi Jacob’s play “Mother-in-Law,” at the Black Lady Theatre on April 7, the title character schemes to break up her son’s upcoming marriage.

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She’s written a moving comedy!

A British-Trinidadian playwright will launch a heartwarming comedy about immigration and messy relationships this weekend. “Mother-in-Law,” opening at the Black Lady Theatre in Bedford-Stuyvesant on April 7, follows undocumented immigrant Petra as she prepares to marry her fiance Philo, only to face interference from her soon-to-be mother-in-law. Playwright B. Nandi Jacob said that she rewrote her main character several times in order to make her story more relevant to the current situation with Caribbean immigrants…

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