For a small stage production of a large stage musical it was surprisingly good. The show is shortened by a few numbers, but retains the story of the full stage production. Some of the sets are somewhat crude as you can see the castors and plywood bases; and every once in a while a little bit of stage hand can be seen moving them. But, the cast is talented and work very hard to keep the energy up. Some standout performences are (sorry don't know the actor's names) Seaweed, Tracy, Penny (outrageously funny), and Motormouth Maybelle (who's rendition of "I Know Where I've Been" will leave you speechless.) It's definately a great way to spend an evening.