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"A dangerously intoxicating adventure full of wit and heart... Stevens not only wrote the piece but also masterfully crafted the sound design...Every design aspect is beyond impressive and seeing it all in action is worth its weight in gold. Director Jacob Titus ruptures the space, pulling you to the edge of your seat and locking you there...The text at times can feel a bit on the nose or emotionally forced. Even still, the excursion is quickly steered back on course." Full Review
“A quick-witted tale of the teenage girls chosen to give their lives to taste Hitler’s food...The ensemble is nothing short of breathtaking, with the brutal honesty, earnestness and confusion only found in teenage girls. Norris’s direction makes the story feel like a sort of dance as Brooks’s script flies through teenage banter with ease...A refreshing interpretation of World War II and its ties to modern day, masterfully blending charm with danger. This is a play that will grip you to the end.” Full Review
“A brutally humorous, savagely truthful tale of...two high school honors students whose love language is physical and psychological harm...This fierce ensemble doesn’t miss a beat, turning MacCarthy’s cutthroat banter into music as Tremblay’s direction makes the piece soar...MacCarthy has written a quick-witted ode to all of us out there just trying to do our best with the truths we’ve been given...In a very fun, kick-ass way.” Full Review