"Schmidt and Rafala have gorgeous chemistry, and their games of teasing and chasing each other, rolling on the sofa like kittens, and then finding that their friendship has deepened into love show us the magic they once had."
"There are solid performances from the entire cast, with a few key standouts. Worth noting is Alex Rafala's tortured Billy Bibbitt, who is the most believable of the bunch. His speech impediment and the way he manifests Billy's fears both physically and verbally is a thrill to watch."
"As their son Peter, Alex Rafala is absolutely ideal and, like Isabelle Barbier's Anne, he seems to undergo a real change during the course of the play, with the two young performers bringing a welcome sense of romance to the show."