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REVIEWS ARE IN! And we are now EXTENDED to Feb 12, 2012!

*LA Times:
'The finale effectively emphasizes the play's message about the destructive effect of unspoken truths.'

'Standouts are Ricketson, RJ Farrington as a caustic nurse and Frank Krueger as a morally conflicted doctor.'


*LA Weekly:
'Lordygan deftly elicits sympathy for his characters

'Sabrina Lloyd's sensitive direction maximizes the script's nuances and allows room for meaningful glances.'

'Young Irving an excellent Adam Coggins.' 'RJ Farrington is great as the gruff and sassy nurse, her stern quips masking true affection for her charges, while Taylor Ashbrook delivers her usual grace as the caring nurse.'

'Ivy Jones brings magnificence.'

*Edge Los Angeles:
'Part of the delight of watching this play is learning these secrets (for we all have secrets we wish to suppress) and seeing the way in which they have affected the characters on stage.'

*Los Feliz Ledger:
'Credible performances are given by Joseph Cardinale as Irving and Kenlyn Kanouse as Millie. Ivy Jones is particularly effective as the mildly crazy Sylvia. R.J Farrington provides comic relief as the acerbic nurse Adele Greene.'

'A serious play may be the right antidote to counteract the effect of too many sugar plums and too much holiday frivolity.'