Of course the two leads deserve props, played by Stephen Gamba and Abigail Kilcoyne. The two seem like SST veterans on stage, but this show was actually Gamba's debut. They both fit their characters in portrayal and voice and even the romantic chemistry between them seemed believable.
Under the direction of Bob Frame I would call the show a success. Of course there were a few opening night mishaps, but those should hardly detract from an enjoyable show. As a community show, it's meant to bring the community together in the audience as well as on stage, and to see what one's own neighbors might be capable of under the spotlight.
Tyler Ianuzi is interning at the Press this summer. He is and English major at Canisius College in Buffalo where he is involved in theatre production. Reach him through email@example.com.