This play showcases the immense talents of Jake Ferree and Melissa Center- they give nuanced, dynamic, and heartfelt performances that complicate our allegiances to the characters.
What I didn't like
Personal preference, but finding other ways of showing affection or making up than kissing. Guess I find being an inch from someones face, but not kissing more intimate. But that’s me.
My overall impression
A romantic comedy with dirt underneath its fingernails- in that, like life, love has complications that go deeper than simple misunderstandings we see in most rom-coms but rather deception, mutual opportunism, trust, and believing that someone is who they currently say they are and not what their past would dictate.
Ferree and Center have off the chart chemistry, actors so in-synch and on top of their game that they command your attention.