Samantha Mesh as the title character, Denise Savage, convincingly displays the pent up frustration of where Denise's life has led. She is still living with her mother, single and unhappy. Something has to give and she's decided that it's going to be her virginity, and possibly to Linda's boyfriend. Nicolazzo and Mesh are highly entertaining to watch and bounce off each other well in their equally strong performances.
Being 32 myself, I have found myself having similar thoughts and moments as these characters. Even though it's been over 30 years since Savage in Limbo was written, it's somewhat comforting to know that some things never change. Or maybe it should be unsettling? Either way, Q44 Theatre have made a commendable production that burrows into your mind for you to ponder over after the final bow has taken place.