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"Key to Waldman’s interpretation is David L. Arsenault’s set, which makes the Skid Row Florists shop look like a painting Edward Hopper meant to get to but neglected."
Syracuse New Times
"[D]irector Jen Waldman’s staging and choreography make the most of an exceptional cast. But first, there’s David L. Arsenault’s memorable, highly detailed set: a drab brick building corner that splits apart as the interior of Mushnik’s shop rolls forward. "
"Waldman and scenic designer David Arsenault have taken the skid row setting to heart, anchoring the show in poverty and dashed dreams, on uncollected trash and a dying florist’s shop, giving an edge to each of the main characters’ desires."