To say that Leslie Murphy’s one woman show “Sincerely,” is simply amazing would in no way do the show justice. For an hour (which incidentally flew by), I found myself completely engaged in the unbelievably true to life memories that the actress / writer dared to share with her audience. While I laughed at many lighthearted and touching moments and found other segments to be circumstances that I was glad I’ve never had to endure, it was the “been there, done that” moments that hit home. Watching this actress bare her soul to her audience allowed me to connect with her over our shared experiences, leaving me asking myself many questions about where I’ve been, what I’m doing, and where do I go from here. For a single performer (with a simple yet well thought out set) to be able to touch her audience so personally is something that I don’t expect that often from theater, so needless to say, I left this encounter inspired to move past life’s road blocks and move forward to a better chapter in my own life. And for that, I would “Sincerely,” tell her bravo, and thank you.