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4.2 average rating
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3 stars
attended Dec 28 2013

This was a great surprise. The cast was excellent and worked well together. We were completely entertained. Good luck in Worcester!

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6 stars
attended Dec 28 2013

A great story not well presented. Some of the cast had extreme talent while one of the main characters was so weak that it distracted from the entire effect of the play. My expectations were high after seeing the movie and I was very disappointed!

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“Company artistic director Emil Kreymer has tautly staged the warfare — verbal and physical — of the play’s unabashedly dysfunctional family while never losing sight of its strikingly dark humor and ironies. Sean Stanco is a menacing standout as Joe … [and] Kelley Feetham has the right deceptive diffidence as daughter Dottie, who understands much more about family greed and antagonisms than her virginal past would suggest.”
“Emile Kreymer’s solid production for Zero Point Theater features Sean Stenco as the merciless hit man who doesn’t take kindly to being stiffed. (Stenco will make your blood run cold he’s so good.) … Kelley Feltham gives a deftly daft performance as the sister everyone thinks isn’t smart enough to figure out what’s going on.” -Boston Arts Review