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"Through the fun myriad of personalities that bustle and bumble across the stage, the story highlights the family's chemistry…Although certainly not for everyone and not always on key, the performance exemplifies a certain undeniable truth about our generation...However, it is important to note that one must put all seriousness aside before entering the theatre and simply enjoy the fact that they are indeed not a part of the dazzling, stressful life of a 'Katdashian.'" Full Review
for a previous production “‘Makbet,’ successfully adapted, directed, and acted by Matt Mitler, triumphantly recreates the story of ‘Macbeth’ in a shockingly unconventional way while maintaining the integral notion that Fate cannot be fought against. Perhaps what is most memorable about this piece of art is the opening and closing Eastern European songs that are ceremoniously sung...Those lucky enough to attend ‘Makbet’ will thank Fate for allowing them to end up at such an important theatrical experience.” Full Review
"The brilliant, electric stories of Israeli writer Etgar Keret fill the black box…The poignant narratives are told in such a way that each story is seamlessly woven into the next one...While each individual story may have lost some of its specificity through being translated for the stage, the heart of these painfully human stories that Keret is known for still triumphs. The comic-drama teaches us through absurdities that we are all here to tell our stories." Full Review