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“In ‘Intrusion’, we get a vision of a world that has been rape-free for 20 years. This blank slate is a clever way for Kadwani to convey the complexity of rape and the reaction to it in an organized fashion, while her talent for transforming herself into a wide range of characters conveys just how multi-faceted and massively affecting the topic can be...Kadwani’s deeply intelligent and powerful piece is for anyone who not only wants to know why things are the way they are, but where to find h... Full Review
for a previous production “The play is comprised of vignettes of both funny and tragic stories taking place in Tevye’s family and city...The actors excel not only in comedic expression, but also in layered performances...Vivid, memorable characters...One of the greatest strengths of the play is the animated gestures during Yiddish conversations...This lends the piece with a humor that is both Jewish and relatable to general audiences...Fun evening that provides a bit of depth and history.” Full Review
“The Drilling Company’s adaptation of the play expertly brings it to a modern and very familiar American setting and ethos...Accessible and entertaining, but also relevant to an age when stories of political intrigue, class division and societal change dominate American media and thought...An entertaining show even for those who find it difficult to keep track of all of Shakespeare’s poetic flourishes and complicated plot points.” Full Review