I saw Impressionism a few days before it opened, and loved it, as did the rest of the audience that afternoon, at least those within earshot of me. Though the play has its share of darkness and pain, they arent reveled in, but are treated with compassion and wit. The play is adult, romantic, funny, hopeful, life-affirming, and beautifully performed by a cast of talented actors. It is well worth seeing.
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