Great use of the venue & good comedic timing in the writing / directing / performance. Great direction from Natalie Mitchell & charmisma with a powerhouse voice from Shira Leigh.
What I didn't like
I wanted to see Shira drop into her vulnerability more. She was wonderfully adept at the fun & sass but I longed for her to let us in a bit more to the pain of her unfaithful lover & the bigger questions about her lovability driving the action.
My overall impression
This is a fun, funny, sexy, intimate show, with some solid music in between confessions.