...and you dont need to take my word for it
"Director James R. Carey and his cast ... attack their material with considerable craft and sincerity.
Brady's bluff matter-of-factness is particularly refreshing, and Voorhees charts his character's mental disintegration with unsettling specificity."
- F. Kathleen Foley, LA Times
"Cork-born Cara (Alysha Brady)... Jerry’s ego-boosting, too-good-to-be-true and unconditionally loving girlfriend.
"The question of whether the real banshee is Cara, Kit or a more pathological kind of entity inside Jerry himself is enlivened by strong performances from Odell, whose Una O’Connor-ish cartoon of a brogue-spouting harridan turns decidedly sinister in Act 2; and
Brady, who hints at something more grotesque and unseemly beneath Cara’s brightly nurturing façade... A first-rate production"
- Bill Raden, Stage Raw
"...and introduces him to a lonely, beautiful divorcée-with-child, Cara (Alysha Brady), who, like his mum, speaks in Celtic brogue....It's a bit like The Glass Menagerie with actual nightmares. This is no play of ideas, but it's an amazing, sentimental thrill ride under James R. Carey's spot-on direction of this terrific ensemble."
-Steven Leigh Morris, LA Weekly
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