Typically Del Shores: wacky, campy Southern belle characters in a plot that turns complicated and twisted, but maintains chuckles and laughs throughout the story. This play felt more developed and mature than his other works: relying more on the...continued
Nothing new. Some decent moments, indeed, but not enough to justify the nearly 3 hours involvement here. Starts out pretty strongly, then settles into the usual tired old stereotypes. Del Shores is brilliant, we demand better.