I found it quite astute, filled with new insights about the script and a clear appreciation of what the production's calling card offers, beyond the seeming stunt aspect. To me, it's a feminist reading, acknowledging how little agency both Regina and Birdie had in 1900 -- when needless to say, women couldn't even vote --- without a polemic tone. Its lede makes a case for the play's value in the American canon. Hellman has fallen out of favor in some circles, and Soleski gives a nod to her contribution, and "Foxes'". I hope she continues to be assigned first tier productions.