“Visiting director Liz Fisher has used a deft hand in guiding this fine ensemble of actors through material that is, at turns, profound and absurd and then funny and heartbreaking. Unrequited love sucks, but it can also be quite humorous. While the play is ultimately a comedy, Fisher and her actors navigate that fine line, just as Chekhov did, in finding the humor in tragedy.

         — John D. Poling, The Pantagraph

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