The play takes surprising, enjoyable and sometimes shocking twists and turns which I found absorbing and fascinating.
The play bristles with intelligence and is deeply felt in its theatrical exploration of themes, of responsibility – family – intimacy – loyalty, love and madness.
It creates its own world as the best work does.
I should also say that despite the seriousness at the heart of the play it is full of humour and, for me, has an almost anarchic quality which I greatly enjoyed.'
Comments by Jack Klaff (actor, writer, theatre director, with four visiting theatre director professorships at Princeton University):
'It is an excellent and thorough piece of work.
As I’m sure you’ll realize, it is in many respects unusual. Indeed in one or two ways it is quite unlike anything I’ve come across in dramatic writing. Of course that is a good thing.'