Debbie Friedman’s review
The theater is great. It's square shaped with seats in 3 of the sides so there are no bad seats. The acting was very good. Only note is that the lead was playing the sophisticated Englishman as very effeminate (limp wrists, stroking a man's face, etc) so we thought the character was gay. Puts an entirely different take on the play so just realize that, cuz I do recommend the seeing the play. Very enjoyable.