Mrs. Bob is an explosion of comedy bits landing all over the stage, actors and audience.
When you strip away the dirty words and ratty milieu, the play reveals itself to be a melodrama.
The director, cast and songs deserve a much better book than they got.
The actors go a long way toward breathing some life into this somewhat removed and polite play.
Most people will enjoy True West for how twisted familial relationships can be.
Despite a strong production, the 1936 classic has not aged well.
So what's it about? Itself.