Susan Arcoleo from New York, New York
oh, the drama of family,. The cast pulled off a great balance of humor and drama, sweetness and anger. All the components of a dysfunctional family. Well acted, believable, and thoroughly entertainingly! I recommend seeing this show❤️ The laughter came often, and sincerely. Well, let’s face it, what family isn’t a little quirky? The theater was comfortable, with no bad seats in the house, so get em while you can. It will be a short run that will end way too soon!
Sabrina Smith from New York, New York
NOT FOR ME....
Extremely dated POV on gay politics. No boundaries in this family far beyond what is funny or believable. Awkward monologues. Actors did the best they could but the dialogue is almost unbearable.
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Idina Menzel fans will relish in her performance...her performance as Jodi is mesmerizing
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