D. Auburn writes a great play, and Anne Heche scores high on her interpretation of Catherine, the daughter of a brilliant mathematician. Her portrayal resonated with me more so than with Gwyneth Paltrow's. The rest of the cast hold their own very well in ensemble with Ms. Heche.
My favorite radio play to date.
What a fabulous play! The actors are wonderful and the story of the losses suffered by the father mathematition, the genius of his caretaker daughter, her doubting, controlling, and absent sister, and a suitor is clever, sharp, humorous, and oh so good!
Dowlnoaded it, listened to the first five minutes, and turned it off, upset that I waisted money on something so highly rated with such filthy language. If you want "good" entertainment, this might not be the place to start.
Yes, because this is a dramatization with great actors.
Engaged with all of them. Of course the two lead characters were my favorites compared to the self righteous sister.
I really liked all of them. They all contributed to story and my engagement.
Yes and no. One sitting would be great if doable, but I did over 4 or 5 sessions and enjoyed it thoroughly even with being in the middle of at least 10 other books.
I like this kind of dramatization. It was so good, looking for more like it.