The clever Molière style script that had me hanging on the edge of my seat with ever word—except for when I was overcome with side-splitting laughter. Hilarious show, again script wise but also the entire cast. Everyone was so captivating and sincere in their performance, no matter how ridiculous things where. And did things get outrageous! Just like any classical piece there was mistaken identity, schemes on top of schemes, and song & dance. I was so entertained and I would love to pin-point each stand-out character but this ensemble makes that impossible as they were all equally spectacular.
What I didn't like
I’m sure there are things that can be improved as with any theatrical piece the work is never done. However, this was one of the funniest nights I’ve had at the theatre in a long time and therefore nothing particular comes to mind!
My overall impression
This hilarious comedy with its wit, sarcasm, gender-bending, constant sexual references and gestures, and hysterical plot was absolutely entertaining. But the deeper message was not lost amongst all the laughter. Dogmatic and fundamentalist rules and ideas within religion and our own egos—even when they are meant with the best intentions—override the very thing they are trying to achieve. Love. Simple as that. Loving and accepting everyone with all our flaws and quirks, because that’s what we all want in the first place: to be loved and accepted. Bravo cast and crew!