. The play had levity and honesty – I thought it was a great story and so well written. It had so much to give to the audience. I felt as though I was receiving gifts throughout, with the growing relationships filled with love and compassion as well as sadness that was mixed humor.
And the performance by my son, David Skyler, as a psychiatrist is not to be missed. As a matter of fact, people thought he was one!
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Go see " Absolute Zero" now before it goes to Broadway!
I loved it and can’t wait to see it again . Ryan Lisman is on his way to the top ! His writing is first rate. The actors fully embraced the sensitivity and beauty of the script. Over all, it’s a very satisfying show thoughout.