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“A great piece of theater will leave its audience having a full-out discussion. TFANA’s productions leave its audiences having full-out debates...One particular moment between Adolph and Bertha elicited a collective gasp from the audience...Thompson and Lacey give some of the most distressing, high-energy portrayals of husband and wife since Burton and Taylor in ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’” Full Review
"Goold’s direction makes the production self-aware and satirical, continually poking fun at itself. Sheik’s electro-pop score is so catchy, I’m not-so-patiently waiting for the Broadway cast recording. It is truly a production that has to be experienced live; the new 'Sweeney Todd' for millennials...If you're like us, and eat this type of theater up, it is a sight to behold." Full Review
“A great piece of theater will leave its audience having a full-out discussion. TFANA’s productions leaves its audiences having full-out debates...Staging for ‘A Doll’s House’ is mostly bright and refreshing...Maggie Lacey’s portrayal of Nora begins effervescent and carefree...Thompson’s Torvald is sincere; it is very clear he loves his wife and only wants to take care of her...The final moments of the play are a jarring and emotional experience.” Full Review