Crittenden’s “Pete” stitches together a female Frankenstein with coding rather than sutures to repair his own broken heart. And as with most mad scientists, his own heightened needs supersede the ethics of using his skills in the timeless quest for something more perfect than human. I had a great time at this fast-paced and fun sit-com feeling comedy tightly directed by Nick Cimiluca and smoothly executed by the ensemble cast. All four actors were wonderfully live and loose and grounded within the story. Crittenden’s a blast as the ambitious and self-conscious, overthinking brainiac. Ky Soto has a fantastic, easy stage presence and earns big laughs as Pete’s best friend with a polar personality. Sarah Johnston delivers a superb, heartfelt speech in a last ditch effort to bring Pete some light. And Morgan Matthews carries off the very challenging task of playing a speaking silicone sex-doll-turned-partner with ease within a tight parameter of Siri-like polytone and non-reactive expression, landing laughs with expert timing as her “Exa” progresses from unboxed naivety toward enlightenment from the experiences her hard-drive-heart can catalog. Smart use of sound and visuals during quick changes. Lots of fun all around. Get too it!