The surreal scenario yields plenty of laughs, as Jeanette unironically explains the various eccentricities of the ‘reborn community’ and tries to get her paws on much more than just Sally’s money. All three members of this experienced cast are a pleasure to watch.
While the introduction of the thorny issue of mental illness
is not as successfully handled as one might hope, it’s not hard to see why
Stewart Permutt won a Fringe First last week for this witty, well-observed play.