The use of video and slides intertwined with the story serving as a flashback vehicle worked really well. The sound and lighting enhanced the story and gave the audience proper focus.
What I didn't like
I honestly could not think of any area of where the show could improve.
My overall impression
Clementine was more than just about a motherhood and a 5 year-old. It was about the strength that women possess, the bonding of women over 3 generations, and the realities of compromising or even giving up on your dreams for someone else. April Wade’s portrayals of each character in the show had a sense of honesty and vulnerability that kept me intrigued throughout that must be seen on a live staged production.