This play unfolds like a fable, or a medieval morality play, with a completely believable “Monster” (played with gusto and sensitivity by Scott Leggett), in residence inside a small child, “Cookie” (writer, Jaime Andrews). Because we immediately accept this Monster, we come to identify with Cookie as she grows up under his spell and develops ever increasing tendencies toward self-destruction. The ensemble (Sunah Blisted, Curt Bonnem, Perry Daniel, Peter Fluet, K.J. MIddlebrooks, Erin Parks and Guy Picot) skillfully plays all the family and friends throughout Cookie’s childhood. What surprised me about this production, given the dark nature of the path down which Cookie travels, was that after initially being perplexed about where the play could possibly go, I was completely won over into rooting for Cookie. Well-written, and well played, by Andrews, this script could actually use a few more songs, and could possibly develop into a musical telling the greater story the of the crudely self-inflicted wounds of the American culture of the 90’s- much as “Hair” did for the youth culture of the 60’s.