All six cast members become their characters, both as individuals, and in terms of the dynamics between them. They sell every line and every bit of stage business, remaining fully present in the scenes... . Their southern drawls are flawless.
The story is set in...a beauty salon, owned by Truvy who likes to gossip and has plenty of great one-liners, delivered by Gina Marie Davies with perfect comedic timing and tones that maximize the humor of these well-written lines.
Sean Fallon, Broadway World
Gina Marie Davies was a delight in the role of salon owner Truvy. Her Southern accent was spot on in her Castle Craig debut...
Nancy Sasso Janis, Patch Mayor
"Gina Davies, who discovered theatre in the first grade, recently returned to her home state of CT and makes her debut at the Arts at Angeloria in the role of Ethel and Norman's daughter Chelsea. She also was a natural in the Jane Fonda role."
The performance of the narrator,
Gina Marie Davies, is amazing - particularly her character and dialogue work is super captivating to immerse oneself in. This performance has quickly and easily turned her into one of my favorite narrators.
Amazing audiobook loved every minute
...[a] voice very pleasant on the ear, good modulation and differentiation of character voices...
Everything in this book is very well thought out, very well written, and very well narrated.
The story had my full attention from start to finish and is an impressive first novel. The narrator did an excellent job.
Gina Marie Davies did an excellent job narrating. She captured the story and the characters & their interactions and motions really well...
...a very enjoyable listen...