towards life, Liz didn’t miss a beat. A character that could come across as ‘the other woman’ or possibly, a ‘money grabber’, is given life and zest by Liz. James Stovold was an American hotel attendant, helpful, pleasant and added to the cast well. The piece was supported by strong, competent sound and lighting and authentic costumes. The first night audience, although quiet at first, clearly enjoyed themselves by the end. Marina Butterworth, in her directorial debut, showed skill with a good choice of play, and an excellent company of players. Her first, but I hope not her last. Thank you to the Little Theatre for inviting me.