Andrews embodies the woman with a tenuous grip on reality. Her acceptance of her impending demise as simple fact spills over into the audience, enhancing our immersion in the family dynamics. It is also the source of much of the play’s considerable humor. As different as the three actors may be in appearance, one never doubts that the three characters are mother and daughters.- Philip Dorian , Scene on Stage


Actors Equity Association
Screen Actors Guild/
American Federation of Radio and Television Artists