When young Rosie's unethical parents skip town, they forget to pack...their daughter. Resourceful Rosie calls her Grandma, who comes rumbling in her camouflage RV to take Rosie on life on the lam...we mean on the road...in this hilarious new comedy about living on the edge.
-RICHARD OUZOUNIAN, THE TORONTO STAR
This brilliantly conceived premise by Victoria Goring catapults this play beyond the realm of ordinary into the extraordinary
-WEST END ARTS
It’s poignant, comic, and engaging
-SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
****A smart, sexy, gender bender…Best of the Fringe, Best interview
In the course of a zippily entertaining half-hour, you get a lot of laughs, some impressive stage combat, and a nicely digestible moral
-THE TORONTO STAR
A focused portrait of a woman on the edge, determined to stay alive
A charming examination of a woman’s psyche
-KATE CORNELL, GLOBE AND MAIL
In this bright, funny and entertaining satire, a woman looking for love gets sucked through her television into TV land…you’ll laugh, you’ll hum, you’ll be scared.