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“Totally inventive. A home run for first time musical theater playwrights Lyman and Rosick accompanied by a very lively, Adyn Wood...A not so dark, irreverent dark comedy about a frustrated therapist, Dr. Hansen, who reluctantly agrees to participate in creating a new musical with two desperate patients...This maelstrom-musical-light is filled with catchy tunes and witty riffs, and delivers some pretty decent punch lines. Silly to the core and totally satisfying.” Full Review
for a previous production "A genuinely humanizing, beautiful and hopeful amalgamation...Morphing into each character with impeccable craft she brings to life four heartbreaking yet incredibly inspiring realities. Not ghastly in any way, 'Silent Witnesses' is smart and uncommonly warm...My only only disappointment with 'Silent Witnesses' is not having a resolution with the therapist’s character with her personal history and family...Ms. Satie is a brilliant storyteller." Full Review
for a previous production "Honest, raw, real and yet not real additionally adorned with a humorous confectionary finale...Tompa has chosen a more abstract allegorical progression...Unique directorial concepts that make the piece more ambiguous which remarkably results in a sharper clarity with the presentation overall...The composition of this play is beautifully, dramatically off-center...Bar none, in all its outward simplicity, experientially exciting and exceptionally manifested." Full Review