"Director Jack Serio has polished the production so it shines. (Pendleton is an exception, stumbling over his lines, but he was added to the cast quite late.) Frank J. Oliva’s set, Christopher Darbassie’s sound design (that bombing raid seemed to run straight overhead), and Stacey Derosier’s lighting design make the tininess of the space into a virtue, and its intimacy begins to feel like luxury. Carpanini and Mark both do strong work, unaffected by the audience sitting only a few feet away. They only fail, understandably, at seeming to be younger than they are."