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"The set, by David L. Arsenault, morphs efficiently to evoke Beau’s tiny apartment (yep, there’s a sad futon festooned with dirty clothes), Cecile’s posh Upper East Side pad, a dress shop, a bookstore, and various eateries. The backdrop is a marvelous peeling collage of a murky New York cityscape turned upside down, framed by iron beams like those found in a subway station."
Gay City News
"Dan Horrigan directs with surety, keeping the action flowing with the help of a great set by David L. Arsenault, which opens up and moves in impressive ways for off-off-Broadway."
"David L. Arsenault's sets frame several locales under tall, urban girders. Walls spring open and furniture rolls out to create new scenes; it moves the action along nicely and creates tension between things personal and impersonal."