My favorite part(s) were when Deana incorporated the audience into the story. That was not only unique (especially in one-person shows), but the sort of bold and daring performance that we expect (well, hope) to find at Fringe. I also thought the voice-work, from a performer perspective, was incredibly skilled and entertaining.
What I didn't like
Not that I am particularily thrilled at the “what I didn’t like” box…
But, if I had to give a comment, its simply that the show felt like it was really hitting its stride when it came to an close. Simply put, I’d like another 20 minutes.
My overall impression
A strong show by a unique voice and a talented performer. Not only a fun and poignant performance, but also refreshing—and I’m not just talking about the orange slices we all got to enjoy.