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"In this new play written by and starring Hamza Zaman, we delve into the thickets of justice, prejudice, and the will for self-improvement...All the evildoers get their just desserts, and the rest of the lot realize all of the dreams they had been striving for. 'Fresh Meat' is optimistic, and makes no bones about what it hopes all convicts will achieve in that perfect world which resists our many attempts to seize it." Full Review
"As much farce as it is melodrama. The clear stand-out in this ensemble is Garbarski, who plays an endless collection of secretaries...The Virtues and Garbarski’s dexterity offer a much-needed familiarity against a series of plots and schemes that can be difficult to follow...Petterson’s script ventures delightfully into the absurd, and suggests a play very different from the coalition of gender, sexuality, piety, and melodrama that underpin 'Salvation Swing-Off' for most of the time." Full Review
"A lesson in American history as much as it is a study in character development...Heavily researched...This bounty of information will not deter the engaged audience member...One could be forgiven for having some trouble immersing completely in the experience. Powerful, humbling anecdotes can shift abruptly into new scenes that take place many years later...What is remarkable about 'A Man for All Times' is that Kelly’s play handily describes a man for our times as well." Full Review