Some plays are seeds and some are stones.
Seeds are the ones that grow and change over the course of their stage time — and maybe, in the minds of those who see them, forever.
Stones are the ones that always remain exactly what they are. They never expand but can still knock you out.
“Accidentally Brave,” which opened on Monday, is a stone. Not just for us but also for its author, Maddie Corman, giving a riveting performance, mostly as herself. The real-life situation she has endured over the past four years, and replays eight times a week at the DR2 Theater, still hangs on her heart. It may always.