Simple smart set in a surprisingly small and boxy space, and couture clothes.
What I didn't like
The script, which just rehashed long-dead material, senselessly set in 1964!
My overall impression
No surprises here! Careless culling of long-ago scandal now officially Old News, senselessly set in 1964 (when Hedda H was actually 78, months from death, and Mary Astor was 2 decades younger), but played by two perky youngsters in glamorous couture clothes. Utterly immobile insult slugfest: two women walk in, sit down, and sling insults for exactly an hour. Simple smart set and costumes can’t carry it that long. Genevieve Joy (ala Kristin Chenoweth) might make a zingy Zza Zza but overacts broadly as HH; Kat Brower gets more mileage out of making Ms Astor a cool customer, neither of them historically accurate anyway.