A compelling story about a young couple and their joy of finding each other, getting married and then their despair as they drift apart.
A musical experience that presents each character’s version of how things unfold.
A great performance by newcomer Danielle Remulta and, I must say, a standout performance by Robert Tripolino.
The audience is taken on their journey and feels their pleasure and pain through each turning point of their lives.
The only negatives were:
– at times the musicians were louder than Danielle and it made it hard to hear her lines.
– I understand the play originated in New York but an Australian adaption (accent) would have made some of the lines easier to understand.
This was a play I wanted to see and I enjoyed it.
Get along and support this young talent.