Joan is so comfortable up there talking about something that has not been easy for us girls to come to terms with, long into our adulthood! With copious amounts of laughter and pathos, the audience “holds and supports” Ms Afton as she gives us a peek on this journey into her troubles of growing up with a huge rack. Nothing was predictable, and I found myself laughing at poor Joan’s circumstances because of her colorful self-deprecating lexicon. A very satisfying, empowering ending.
What I didn't like
If she could trust the audience to laugh, a pause or two after a punchline was all that was needed for me to know that she was enjoying us enjoying her up there.
My overall impression
I came because Deana Barone directed and Deana knows how to draw your story out!