This was a nice cake pop of a show— meaning it gives you a tasty and satisfying bite of a specific story from a specific time in a very compact and enjoyable way— while it is listed as around an hour, tonight ran faster, which is never a bad thing for fitting in more shows. Lisa was fascinating to watch and really transports the audience through her interactions with recorded voices that stand in for an oppressive family. Her comic timing is spot on. The writing is excellent— classic dry wit with lots of memorable turns of phrase, and really takes you to another time. I liked it, above all, because it tells a story not often heard— of women who want to be left the fuck alone, and will happily go to extreme and “evil” measures to get that.