What a delightful Gem! Liz Eldridge has an amazing vocal instrument, a brilliantly witty mind, and an incredible sense of presence and timing that she showcases very nicely, thank you!… Liz starts slowly, (just like you like it -) and builds in complexity, assisted by the most amazing and ambidextrous Clara Dykstra, who’s musical talents will no doubt influence her future as a ground breaking new age architect in the next few years. (?!) Catchy tunes, carefully wrought lyrics and an uncanny wicked choice of instruments: Ukelele, Baby Banjo, Accordion, Trumpet + an antique hand pumped organ -the like of which I had never seen or heard – that seamlessly assist in transporting us back to the late 19th century in tonal quality and stolen from the 1800’s headlines dark lyrics. Great stuff! I was pleasantly surprised as it progressed, and delighted when Clara finally spoke! — this place should have been packed! Nicely staged, great delicate sound cues and subtle lighting –
— This show can go places!