Well, it was thrilling. To see the movie on the big screen, with a big audience (socially distanced and masked) was emotional. The stage show went over like gangbusters. The four-person cast really pulled it off, considering we'd only rehearsed remotely--save for one in-person rehearsal.
But the movie was the main event. The audience loved it. They actually applauded after *every* number, and when the credits rolled, they applauded throughout the *entire* sequence. I've certainly never seen anything like it. It was a heady experience. Several of the onscreen actors came to the movie, and I had several good friends there as well. It was a great day, and one I won't soon forget.