I saw this a week ago and maybe I should have written my review then but the benefit of waiting has been I've been able to not only digest this show but time has only reinforced just how brilliant Sarah Quinn is. Comprising of 3 short plays each very different, Quinn plays out each with such conviction her performance is one of the best I've seen.
It's important to know this is not stand up, it's not cutesy and there's no fun little songs. In fact, some parts fall into the realm of dark comedy and the audience should be prepared for that. I don't think this is intended to be a rolling in the aisles kind of show. I didn't laugh as much as I could have mainly because I was so captivated with Quinn. It is beautifully put together, well written and I'll say it again - Quinn is so polarizing that the show's themes get under your skin and stay quite a while afterwards.