Thoughtful direction…strong performances…Adam Poss’s turn as a suicidal Indian student sets a new standard for spellbinding understatement.
– Chicago Reader (The Small, Dark Room)
Top-shelf… graceful, passionate actors… resulting in performances that are both thought-provoking and emotionally harrowing.
– Chicago Reader (Veterans’ Voices)
Erasing the Distance has made a brilliant and moving production out of a tender subject matter. Finding Peace In This House left me wondering about every person that I saw on the way home. This production…is stunning to witness.
– Chicago Theatre Beat
Finely acted and evocatively staged…asks some of the hard questions we encounter in the course of growing up and growing old.
– Chicago Reader (Tell Me What You Remember 2015)
A noble mission made manifest in a riveting, simple production. Every performance feels authentic… a visceral look at the terrible unmentionables around us.
– Chicago Theatre Blog (Will You Stand Up?)
Five powerful monologues… obviously shaped with care, both as individual pieces, and in their arrangement into a single work. Tremendously effective.
– EDGE Chicago (Will You Stand Up?)
All the emotional sweep and intellectual rigor of great art. Five meticulous performers tell simple, first-person stories chronicling the isolation, agony, and chaos that mental illness can bring.
– Chicago Reader (Will You Stand Up?)
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WBEZ’s Morning Shift, November 2013