Wherein most one-person plays speak directly to the audience (which I do enjoy), I fully appreciated that this play feels more like an actual play with multiple characters and full scenes with seamless transitions in and out of each.
What I didn't like
Nothing. I thought this play was impeccable. Otero and D’Angora are a powerful duo.
My overall impression
A must-see, this one-woman play is unlike any I’ve ever seen. This dramatic portrayal of one Cuban family’s immigration to the United States in the 1970s and the impact it has on each of them will take you on a journey that is deeply emotional, as well as educational, with a dash of humor mixed in to make for a well-rounded experience. And oof! The last scene will leave you breathless with nary a dry eye in the house.