See it if An open exploration of various complex issues
Don't see it if …you’re triggered by anoxeria, sexual coercion/abuse, death
It feels a little rough round the edges. While the play doesn't necessarily tell us anything new, it is still an urgent piece of storytelling.
[Day's] writing is excellent and in performance, her comic timing is spot-on. The play flounders a bit because the plotting of the story doesn’t feel like it has been teased out properly. Nevertheless, it’s a welcome addition ... to a theatre industry that is supporting young women’s voices
This one-woman show is vivid in its storytelling and Day speaks authoritatively on the lived experience of young women, but its call-to-arms resolution is nothing we haven’t seen before. Day’s confident and vulnerable writing holds the piece together and female audiences will find plenty in the piece that resonates.