Jim Hanna’s writing. So fast and funny. And none of this lop-sided rah-rah home team agreement political comedy. Everybody gives as good as they get and the balance, once again, displays what a thoughtful writer can do with (potentially) polarizing material. Crammed full of jokes, it’s a great ride before the premise opens up. Once that happens the thing takes on a couple more layers that really tick you off because then you realize Hanna’s not just telling jokes but pushing your emotions around.
Like a bully.
Like a big ol’ emotional bully.
What I didn't like
The fact that I couldn’t see it twice when I saw it and now I have to see it again because I want to have seen it twice.
My overall impression
Jim Hanna delivers with yet another rock solid cast.
Emily Dorsett’s lost, dead-pan, off-stage gaze is a highlight of the show.