With a sparse stage of just three chairs, a red rotary phone, and the issue of Seventeen magazine with Rebecca's visage on the cover, Danna gives a vibrant performance with more heartfelt humor than one might expect considering the narrative revolves around a murder. But there is pathos in her levity. And there's a steeliness in her maternal instincts. She's a likable performer with a breezy style. She's someone you'd like to know, which magnifies the tragedy that befalls her.