Seton Hill's production of Kindertransport was in fact worth seeing. The cast was mostly freshman, which speculated that it might not be as good as the previous plays perforemed. But I think that they were proved wrong. I think the director, Kellee Van Aken had put her own input into this play. For example, when I read the script I don't remember Eva jumping out of the train when she was worried about leaving Lil. If I was directing I would put emphasis on the detail on how the biological family was changed by Eva (or Evelyn) behavior post-World War II. How you spin this play off if you were directing it?