Nothing to See Here at Etcetra Theatre: Review for Everything Theatre

I reviewed Nothing to See Here at the Etcetra Theatre for Everything Theatre:

Penelope Faith’s Nothing to See Here opens with a series of vignettes around four characters whose stories become more tightly entwined as the show proceeds. There’s Maz (Michael Shon), the motivational speaker whose bold words just barely cover his crippling emotional insecurity, his sister Rose (Kim Burnett), who has been left holding the bag caring for their aging mother while her brother seeks fulfilment elsewhere, Jon (Jared Rogers), Maz’s only client, and Josie (Bryony Thomas), the call centre worker who rings up Jon and ends up trying NOT to sell him something because he’s the first person who agrees to talk to her.

Read on for the rest of the review over at Everything Theatre.