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"It’s a comedy. And it should be stated that this piece is uproariously funny. Which only makes sense as most comedy at its roots comes from a tragic place. Many mental health professionals argue that comedy is a coping mechanism as well as a tool we use to process difficult subjects in a more palatable way...One of the rare cases where we are given a cast that has a true sense of ensemble without a weak link...A performance that is entertaining, affective, and grounded in reality." Full Review
“A common millennial story of missed connections...Landes’s direction manages to keep the actors from falling into potential bear traps...The delivery is rapid fire, giving the moments of silence true value...Sciarrino and Hayes breathe life into what could have easily been a pair of tropey over passionate grad students...Their chemistry is palpable and their relationship honest...In short ‘Completeness’ is touching, honest and incredibly relevant.” Full Review
"Murphy’s writing is quick, funny, occasionally broad, but never insincere...Complimenting Murphy’s writing is Lisa Milinazzo’s fast-paced and tactful direction, which makes use of the entire space...The piece is then rounded out by a stellar cast, there is genuinely not a weak link to be found amongst them...It is funny and honest and not one to miss.” Full Review