"Our Best Bet".
Chicago Tribune

"Grand mischief...  well thought out and beautifully delivered... Neff truly amazes.:
Chicago Free Press

"Whimsical... appeals to all ages...  I took heart in the play's message."
GapersBlock.com

"Briskly paced and breezily acted... calls to mind Coward's Private Lives... a multitude of door slamming farcical high jinks... director Shavzin maintains a light touch... as staunchly, effortlessly insubstantial as it should be."
Time Out Chicago

"Slezak is good at delivering wry, dry one-liners, and the cast...good at delivering them, especially Judy Blue as a tippling American divorcee and Lucas Neff as a Parisian bellhop with sidelines in therapy and terrorism."
Chicago Reader

"The constant entrances and exits, the socioeconomic diversity of the cast, and the nearly imminent potential for fornication make it a setting rich in comic potential.  Set in a lavish Paris Hotel, Slaphappy contains all the elements, including an ingrained love for pâté and the most controversial dish this side of veal: foie gras..."
Decider Chicago

"As Noel Coward proved time and again, a successful romantic comedy requires only three things: lovers clearly meant for each other, enough obstacles to keep them apart...and a playwright who makes it all look easy...briskly paced and breezily acted...calls to mind Coward's Private Lives...a multitude of door slamming farcical high jinks...director Shavzin maintains a light touch...as staunchly, effortlessly insubstantial as it should be."
Time Out Chicago

 
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