It was fitting that the first show of the Fringe for this reviewer was Gordon Stephen Matheson Jr.’s No Matter Watt The Musical in that it embodies some of the essential, and mandatory elements that give luster to any Fringe.
It was Matheson’s first show ever.
It was a uniquely personal subject.
It is a work that could be more than it is.
What Matheson has given us is a love poem to the restorative power of AA for the rejuvenation of hope, and this in and of itself is not a bad thing at all.