Daniel J. Lee

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Reviews (3)
Reread Another
Brooklyn
TheaterScene.net

"This production’s interpretation appears as an effort to expose the limitations of words, to analyze the problems of communication, and to fight against the urge to make complete sense. If you like that sort of thing, you will love 'Reread Another;' if you don’t, this iteration will do little to change your mind. If you have no opinion on such works, you owe it to yourself to check it out and develop an informed one. But don’t worry if you don’t entirely get it: that’s just as it should be." Full Review

The Black Book
Midtown W
TheaterScene.net

"This fast-paced trip of unsettling imagery addresses issues of adolescent depression but fails to culminate in a cogent thesis on the subject...Blechman’s engaging script and direction are clearly calculated. Each line weaves together with another, forming an intricate web of detail and nuance. The result is a shade away from a brilliant Christopher Nolan screenplay: thoroughly gripping from start to finish but failing to achieve the satisfying point of dizzying cohesion required of such sto... Full Review

The Christians
Midtown W
TheaterScene.net

"It succeeds at getting its audience members to sheathe momentarily their daggers and engage critically with the topic of religion. Hnath initiates a new type of dialogue about faith, a dialogue free of sarcasm, condescension and judgment...Devout Christians and staunch non-believers alike often field challenges to their belief systems, and perhaps both camps deserve many of the criticisms they receive; however, they also deserve respect." Full Review