Time Out says
Clubbed Thumb mounts its 22nd annual new-works festival, one of the best ways to see which local playwrights have their fingers on the pulse. Ariel Stess's The World My Mama Raised (May 20–30) kicks things off, directed by Kip Fagan and with a cast that includes Annie McNamara, Mike Iveson, Danny Wolohan and Ben Beckley. It is followed by Alex Borinsky's Of Government (June 5–15), directed by Jeremy Bloom, with a cast that includes Emily Davis, Donnetta Lavinia Grays and Mia Katigbak. The third and final production is Heidi Schreck's What the Constitution Means to Me (June 21–July 1), directed by the Debate Society's Oliver Butler and starring Schreck, Danny Wolohan and 11-year-old Rosdely Ciprian.