Steven Leigh Morris

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Reviews (3)
La Esquinita, USA
Midtown W
American Theatre Magazine

for a previous production "Writer/performer Ruben C. Gonzalez’s solo performance La Esquinita, USA came from one of Latino theatre’s legacy companies, El Teatro Campesino of San Juan Bautista, Calif. Luis Valdez’s troupe was originally a wing of the United Farm Workers... Gonzalez’s performance was first-rank in a poetical two-act play still in need of editing." Full Review

LA Weekly

for a previous production "It's a smart if slightly derivative play that holds its grip with the glue of a good soap opera. What it says about humanity may be slightly obvious, but the production is so carefully crafted, it's all worth the effort." Full Review

Happy Days
LA Weekly

for a previous production "Though the earth is pulling Winnie down into it, her quixotic defiance of gravity is buoyant in Adams' lucid, dignified and animated portrayal...This production's perfect blend of scorching pointlessness and humor approaches the slapstick of a Buster Keaton movie and also the pathos of tragedy, yet only flirts with either extreme." Full Review