If you like Noel Coward and are in the mood for fun, this is the play to see. Sean McKenna is at her comic best as Madame Arcati. The costumes, the dance and the Margaret Atwood hair are all just perfect. i last saw this play on Broadway, with Angela Lansbury as Madame Arcati. She was great, but McKenna is even better.
Sara Topham as Ruth and Michelle Giroux as Elvira are good, but not yet at the McKenna level. Sara did win the costume contest though. Her dresses, suits and even her dressing gown were stunning.
Ben Carlson again proved he is good at comedy as he is at drama. His Charles was delightful, especially when he is trying to convince Ruth that they could all have a charming time together, if she could just be nicer to Elvira!
James Blendick and Wendy Thatcher were a delight as Doctor and Mrs Bradman. the weakest performance was from Susie Burnett as Edith. This role has the potential to steal very scene she is in, but Burnett is not up to the challenge. She is amusing, but not laugh out loud funny.