In the play’s second half, the pair fantasizes about Mom (Ame Livingston) and Dad’s (Richard Cravens) potential reactions to David’s bombshell. Will they condone or condemn him when they learn that their son is no longer the person they have formerly known him to be?
Sherman’s script is suave and knowing, evincing excellent performances from the four-person cast. Woods-Robinson, who poignantly reveals David’s inner dilemma as he alternates between self-assurance and anxiety, turns in a particularly sensitive performance. —Al Krulick
BlueFish Productions (Windermere, FL)
Warnings: Adult Language
Run Time: 60 minutes
Gold Venue, 2113 N. Orange Ave.
Genre: Comedic Drama, LGBT themes
Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 8:15 PM
Thursday, May 23, 2013, 7:45 PM
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