The transitions between present day and past were spot on. It helped situate the story of Mary Seacole without the audience needing a lot of time to adjust to the timeline.
The artists were fantastic. The only thing that became a distraction for me was the oddly-charming chatter I could hear from the street beyond the room.
Absolutely loved the show! It was everything I could have asked for in a play about a powerhouse woman fighting to make a difference in a stubborn world of racism.