WEHO News Review: "Sadie Alexandru finds a startling sense of innocence in Josie's dizzy romantic...
Updated: Mar 24, 2022
WEHO News Review: "Sadie Alexandru finds a startling sense of innocence in Josie's dizzy romantic anguish. She sets the tone from the very first scene, bringing a touching reality and freshness to a character that could have been played as a broad, raunchy cartoon..."
Thursday, May 5, 2011 at 3:24PM
"....Under Mersola's fluid direction, Alexandru bubbles, teases, wails, and simpers, but she never falls into the trap of letting herself become whiny or vulgar. Late in the game, when Josie makes a sudden lurch toward self-awareness, Alexandru brings her quirky comic timing, but also a naked honesty, to the character's realization that her problem has never been that she isn't loved—it's that she has never been able to love anyone else—and likely never will." Full WeHo review: