This play is good. Standing ovation good. Sweet, touching and funny, ample in its raw emotion, How Black Mothers Say I Love You can’t help but work its way into your heart. GCTC’s latest offering exposes the complexities of families, of mothers and daughters, of sisters, of choosing the right hat for church. Mostly, it exposes the complexities of long-simmering resentments and their effect, decades later, on life’s most crucial relationships.