That's right. You can't please everyone. Particularly not reviewers who resent travelling from the big city to the 'burbs. (Whoops, did I say that out loud?)
Anyway, Montgomery Theater's production of A Good Look at Boney Kern has been reviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer. And while I am sorry to say that it is not a flattering review, I am comforted by the prevailing wisdom that only good and spectacular reviews affect ticket sales by translating into a boost. Poor reviews generally prevent new patrons from trying out the theater but don't persuade the regulars against attending.
That's why I am not reluctant to post a link to the review in my blog. I am surprised that he thought so unkindly of the production, but at least I can agree with him on one comment: this production of Boney Kern does indeed feature "some powerfully fine - I would go so far as to say grand - acting."
As promised, here is a link to the review. It does contain a bit of a spoiler, so if you are planning on seeing the show, you may want to put off reading the review until after you have made up your own mind about it.