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“An ironic ten-character tale of an abused womanizer named Darren...A smooth wordsmith played by Harris, who was very entertaining and believable...Laughter filled the theatre. The laughter was needed, as the somber reality of maternal abuse and the impact it has had on young men does need more attention and understanding. Bravo to the immensely talented cast and crew and to Fulton for bringing to the forefront an awakening to a topic often hidden behind scars.” Full Review
"McKinney's dark, romantic comedy will fulfill all those theatregoers who enjoy Chekhov or yearn for a classic Greek tragedy...The design team work cohesively to add intrigue to the backdrop and with the characters of the play to successfully reinvent Chekhov's usually depressing ending; instead we are left feeling optimistic about love and a connectivity in life and hope for living another day...A compelling, well-produced and acted play, and deserving of a longer run." Full Review