The performances and the emotions. See the full writeup at https://cahighways.org/wordpress/?p=14403
What I didn't like
Having a bit more information on the specific characters in the show could be useful; it is difficult to pick that up through the language.
My overall impression
This is an ambitious play for a Fringe company to mount; I know the Santa Clarita Shakespeare Company is doing it for one weekend in July at the site formerly known as REP East. Luckily, Project Nongenue succeeded: the production was excellent. Even if you can’t follow the specifics of the story well, you can get the gist of the performances. And those performances? Just “wow”. Moving and beautiful, clearly demonstrating the anguish that these women were going through. Director Olivia Buntaine (FB), assisted by Elizabeth Jane Birmingham (FB), with movement direction by Christine Breihan (FB), have worked with the performance ensemble to create nothing less than a work of art. See the full writeup at https://cahighways.org/wordpress/?p=14403