"In one school day, three teenage girls tell their stories with highly individual perspectives on a day that will end in a violent clash. Dominique, a basketball player whose grades have benched her, has pent-up rage about a classmate while she pleads her case to a teacher to get her grade changed. Self-centered Leticia is preoccupied with her nails. And Trina is a flirty, narcissistic artist who goes about the day musing about how wonderful her work is. Each is given an appropriate personality from her respective narrator: Shari Peele's husky voice is perfect for Dominique. Cherise Booth's clear, demanding words fit Leticia. And Bianca Vasquez's flighty, carefree tone is spot-on for Trina. None of the girls are that likable, but their varied perspectives and the narrators' voices make this production enjoyable. M.B. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"