La Máscara's Casa Matriz, a one-act play for two actresses written by Argentinean playwright and cartoonist Diana Raznovich, is the story of a search for the perfect mother. Bárbara is turning 30, and as a (very expensive) gift to herself, she decides to hire a "substitute mother" from a very unique agency, Casa Matriz. This agency -a bizarre mothering equivalent of an escort service- specializes in delivering fully customized mothers-for-a day to their clients, who shape their ideal matriarch by filling out a form detailing their every emotional need, all the desired characteristics, and the perfect scenario. Using the technique of "theater within theater," this comedy provokes laughter and the immediate reflection of the emotional relations between mothers and daughters. It investigates interpersonal communications of everyday people, and critiques the problematic system of family structure.