‘Mud Row’ play at Premiere Stages focuses on relationship between family

A drama spanning two generations of sisters and their tensions within the family come to a head in the play “Mud Row,” which is being performed right now in New Jersey.
When a woman dies and leaves her house to one of her granddaughters, it sparks a family divide over what to do with the property.
“Mud Row” gets its title from an actual neighborhood in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where the play is set. It is a production of Premiere Stages with performances on the campus of Kean University.
The play focuses on relationships between women within a family and difficulties that are passed down through the generations.
"Sometimes we pass down stuff we didn't mean to do it. Or want to not do it, but we did it anyway. And you have to unhook from that. I'm sure everybody has that story," says "Mud Row's" Stacy Sherrell.
The play is a limited engagement on stage through Sunday.