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"'Mysterious and dark...Like the folk songs that inspire Dylan's best work, the play blends human-scale drama with forces that lie outside the characters' control...Isn't the onstage equivalent of an obvious Dylan masterpiece...it doesn't have that kind of precision or that kind of mass appeal...It makes emotional, if not always logical, sense...At times, it's weird, fascinating fun. At others, it brings Dylan's obsessions to life as vividly as the songs themselves.” Full Review
"It’s an extraordinary gift — to bring people together, to make us recognize that what binds us matters more than what divides us. And it has been displayed in a new and exciting fashion...An evening of stories and songs in which the icon turns the spotlight squarely on his own story...It’s spare and stripped-down, a quiet evening of reflection that is both melancholy and funny, stricken with pain and filled with defiance." Full Review