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Indeed, Le Petit's artistic director, Maxwell Williams, put it best in the program, noting that it is difficult to imagine any other actor in town tackling the entire D'Ysquith family than Graham. From the befuddled drunken vicar in the bell tower to the adventurous Lady Hyacinth to the prancing beekeeping bachelor Henry, Graham delivers a virtuoso comic performance. The rest of the ensemble, which includes Marie Becnel, Tracey Collins, Matt Reed, Adam Segrave, Bryce Slocumb and Maggie Windler, brings nicely detailed work, all adding to the fun. She establishes the pitch perfect tone of the show from the outset - equal parts Noel Coward dry drawing room comedy blended with contemporary musical theater pizzazz, and just the right amount of penny dreadful spectacle.