This show hit it out of the park on so many fronts. It is timely as it tackles immigration issues and really strips it down to a personal level in the characterization of Hannah. The actors played incredibly well with each other, and the writing brought such depth to these two people that I found myself very drawn to them both. The play is split into 2 timelines and the actors did a phenomenal job differentiating their characters from one stage of life to an entirely different one. By the time the play ended I was left wanting more, and didn’t want the story to end. It was a fantastic production, and I was very impressed.
What I didn't like
Nothing. I loved it.
My overall impression
Blown away by the writing, the performances, and the chemistry between the actors. One of the best shows I’ve seen at the Hollywood Fringe this year!