The play was fabulous. The writing was wonderful and much better then we even anticipated. It was such an unusual topic for this day and age and it was performed so well, with great stage sets and costuming.
Magnificent idea. Good execution. I had been anticipating this play since it was announced at a performance of The Vortex last summer. The Benjamin Bunny design of the play must be told the audience in advance, which it was.
I was drawn to the play's subject: Edith Wharton and F. Scott Fitzgerald. "Edie and Fitz" presented some interesting facts on both subjects and Zelda Fitzgerald's portrayal was especially entertaining. The play is worth seeing.
I thought the play was great. The way TIME was used was very clever and the writing super. Set and use of visuals added a lot. The actors were top notch with special praise for "Grossie". May lead me to read some Edith Wharton.
I thought this play was very good. I'm am glad that they let us know about the timeline of the play as it might have been a little confusing. Acting was great, set was great, all in all I enjoyed it very much.
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