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.
I enjoyed listening and going through history the Cold War, and the prominent figures. I liked most of the character development. The plot was great, and the reader is fine. But some of the characters' clich? dialogue was starting to wear on me toward the end. They graduated from Yale, for Pete's sake; surely they could have articulated better. Overall, not a bad listen.
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