Truthful and heartfelt performance.
Great pace, good physicality, great story idea
What I didn't like
I would like to have seen the video sequences at the start of the show, they were playing as people were coming in and I thought that this was an important aspect to set the tone of the show.
My overall impression
A wonderful journey into the mind of ‘just a guy named Ross’
As a one man show, this works beautifully, it’s well paced, well thought out and the transition of Ross through his life to become the man that stands before you is an interesting journey to behold. The moments of truth are evident as you feel what he went through and experienced, as if you were a fly on the wall. A story told with heart, humility and understanding. Not exactly what I was expecting and challenged the way I thought about this play afterwards.