My wife and son came to see a run-through of the play tonight. The 3 of us were the whole audience. My wife has read multiple versions of the play, and she has attended a reading. Heck, she has even read one of the parts out loud with friends. But my son had no idea, going in, of what the play was about. They liked it a lot, laughing a fair amount, and felt that time flew by quickly - all of which is good.
The cast had occasional trouble recalling lines, but are good at recovering from, or covering up, such lapses, and nothing truly essential was lost. They've got that team psychology thing happening. It's a joy to watch.
Here's the latest poster:
It always feels like fair weather
whenever a play comes together.