Through Feb. 28. 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. $35. Theatrical Outfit, 84 Luckie St. N.W. 678-528-1500, www.theatricaloutfit.org.
Bottom line: More thoughtful than insightful.
By Bert Osborne
As one well-intentioned character poses it in Atlanta playwright Janece Shaffer’s “Brownie Points,” “How do we judge others – by their best moments, or their worst?”
The answer, as any decent theater critic could tell you, is: both.
Smoothly directed by Jasmine Guy, Theatrical Outfit’s handsome production (rustic set by Jamie Bullins, moody lighting by Rob Dillard) also boasts the formidable acting talents of Terry Burrell, Carolyn Cook, Mary Kathryn Kaye, Courtney Patterson and Nevaina Rhodes as diverse mothers stranded on a camping trip with a group of adolescent schoolgirls (including their daughters).
Shaffer typically touches on socially relevant topics in a rather