This show has high stakes with a richly surrounding plot that raises questions and employs actions of moral ambiguity in the face of a political campaign.
You don’t know who to root for, because the characters walk such a fine, grey line. It’s funny, too. I loved the intern. Great comedic timing from the cast and pace from start to end.
An excellent bud of a play, but I think it deserves a second act to really push it where it could go. This show could be West Wing, even The Newsroom, good. It was just a little short. Hey, that’s not a bad thing. Kept me captivated the entire time. What did I not like? The intern served warm temperature kona coffee. You’re not fooling anyone.