Susi Damilano gives advice to Mark Anderson Phillips

Advice for Ferry Riders: “Tiny Beautiful Things” is a Destination

As noted in an earlier post, this play promised to rock the house…the San Francisco Playhouse, that is.

Having finally seen the work, we can assure readers that it completely satisfies, as every aspect of the production is done with consummate care.

Especially impressive is the performance of Susi Damilano who anchors the show as the advice columnist, “Sugar,” responding to correspondence coming from cyberspace.

Some of the language is raw and explosive, often describing private hell and suffering. Oh, and there’s drinking involved.

Cheers to that.

The eighty-minute one-act play moves at a fast clip, and leaves the audience stunned by its brilliance.