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Curtis Smoak’s set design made optimal use of the available space, and included a full-scale, working wooden torture wheel on which Kern was spun around.
Kern gave a three-dimensional performance as Kessler, a customer who wants more than just a business transaction, while Myers, Arischa Frierson and Mahogany Collins rounded out the cast as Leila’s bantering gal pals who conclude that Leila is some kind of “power broker” — which of course she is.
Frierson’s character is intended to be over the top and unlikable, but at times I felt that the actress’s performance was too broad for the tiny performance space.
The implicit trust between Laila and her submissive clients (Josh Kern and Jon Whit Mc Clinton) is a metaphor for the trust required for all relationships, while their need for domination suggests a subconscious desire to relinquish their roles as alpha males in the realms of business as well as love.
And while there’s a clear endorsement of traditional love and commitment, the author, speaking through the sensible Stacey — a Vassar grad like Hutchinson, and played with sincerity by Felicia Myers — hints that experimentation in the bedroom never hurts.