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The cast of six blend well with one another. The person that really steals the show is Natalie Polisson as Kia, the dumb blond Valley girl-type that may be an adult, but holds the mentality (and the body) of a fifteen year old! Her character has plenty of stage time that just gets better each minute that adds quite a bit to the play’s comic relief. And with its single act presence, the one-liners are tight enough where a touch of bittersweet settlement remains.
The Ensemble (Erica Ibsen, Natalie Polisson, Briana Price and Elise Zell), a vigorous quartet of dancer/singers, are the backbone of the show. With unflagging energy and calm composure, they execute April Thomas’s complex choreography with a precision necessary in the tight confines of the available space. They express a work-a-day sexuality that is, amazingly, kind of innocent.