"As Stella, Cristina Petrarca gives the one completely satisfying performance in this production. She is so into her character that you laugh at her, care for her, and are relieved to realize that this generally unsatisfying meal does have a few delicious side dishes."
"There are moments when the play catches fire in a smart, imaginative monologue written by Molly Rice and delivered by star Cristina Petrarca. When Petrarca, starts riffing to her psychiatrist, it's easy to be carried away by the nuclear chain reaction of her thoughts."
"And the cast, especially the vibrant Petrarca, draws us into this situation."
Some of these actors are having meaningless flings with one another, but the director is more intimately involved with a stagehand played by C[h]ristina Petrarca, who wields the most believable British accent of the pack.