"Despite the sleek, chic look of visual elements, it’s Mazor’s quintet of actors, and what she does with them, that get this darkly cynical comedy flying high. All five characters have depth and breadth, and the actors must appreciate Nelson’s knack for penning good, tight scenes with effective payoffs and inventive dialogue that has a real-world sound."
-- Back Stage
"All five actors are dynamite – and combined with Nelson's text as foundation and director Marya Mazor's vision of it,
their performances produce
the kind of laughs often found only in shows of more
-- Orange County Register
"Under Marya Mazor’s
incisive direction, Nelson’s
black comedy generates considerable laughter, particularly as performed by
an all-around fine cast of Chance Theater Resident Artists and guest actors."
"Whether the world of contemporary art engages you or throws you for a loop,
this timely and incisive satire
will give you plenty of food for thought.
The lines between
art and reality, and art and commerce, have seldom
been crossed with such insight and wit. Marya Mazor skillfully guides her carefully
chosen cast of five to
-- OC Examiner