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"'One Hand Clapping' is a throughly enjoyable night of theatre...It's a show for fans of 50s game show nostalgia, dark comedy, and general anglophiles alike, and is not to be missed as a part of the always unbeatable Brits Off-Broadway festival." Full Review
for a previous production "Like nothing ever seen...Terri tells us her story, basketball in hand, in a comfortable, intimate setting...The story is simple and somewhat funny, until she begins to unfold the more perverse parts of her life...She takes us all the way through her childhood, and into her adulthood, which luckily results in a happy ending, something the viewer longs for this girl in the story who never really knew who she was. It's truly a fresh, brave, daring take on the one-woman show." Full Review
for a previous production "From the get go, the environment of both the house and the stage enchants you: immediately, the audience enters the world of the show...Puppetry is used to create the witch, her band of crows, an forest monster, and each limb of 'The Woodsman' into his gradual transformation. The music is a combination of vocal harmonies and a lone fiddle player...The production is creative, entertaining, haunting, and beautifully tragic." Full Review
"'The Tailor of Inverness' is a must for history buffs and Anglo-files alike...It's a intimate evening of storytelling, littered with creative storytelling techniques...Zajac is truly a visionary." Full Review
for a previous production "Lecesne's performance and powerful story is not to be missed, and shines a light on the consequence of fear and the effect one being can have on an entire community. It's truly a beautiful piece of theatre." Full Review