"A nasty play about nice people...Quite a funny comedy."
-Bob Allen, The Vancouver Province
"A triumph of heterosexual smut...A dirty play that also happens to be good clean fun."
-Jamie Portman, The Calgary Herald
"Lambert has written not only a play that is literate and incisive, but also one that is screamingly funny...flawless direction, perfect casting, and the best collective comedy performances seen in years. "
-Tom Scurfield, The Montreal Gazette
"Lambert's hilarious, tongue-in-cheek romp is a send-up of the popular craze for such kinky sex stimulants as whips, chains, leather, trapezes, vibrators, unguents and the like; of encounter groups; and of keeping the magic alive in a marriage suffering from late 30's-early 40's slump."
-Myron Galloway, The Montreal Star
"The roots of Lambert's work lay in the black comedy traditions of Edward Albee. Lambert, however, changed the motif to outrageous, hard-hitting, straight hilarity. Rather than a bad imitation of the absurd, Lambert has scored brilliantly by trusting to a comic style linked to her own instincts."
-Liane Heller, Kitchener-Waterloo Record
"An absolutely hilarious experience...one of the brightest and best-produced comedies to come this way in many a long year...it takes a Betty Lambert to put [this] all together in such a way that they quite literally shock you into explosive laughter."
-Helen K. Legge, Pointe Claire News & Chronicle
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