“It’s great fun. The spurts of song and dance, the syncopated interplay of scenes and characters, clip along like hot fizzy soda water ready to explode in a hard shook bottle. Watch out…! Ultimately, the play is a gentle musing on the tenuous state of happiness and love. And the capacity we all have for both. No intermission, no great dramatic depths.
In a theater season currently launching with seriously noble and dramatic works, it’s a relief to crack a smile and let happy goose bumps break out all over once the playing commences.”
Read the rest of the review by Alexander Bonified on theaterjones.com.