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"'Golden Shield' will leave you pondering the depth of ideas presented in the play long after you leave the theater. The use of foul language in the show was a bit much, but then again, that is what communication is all about." Full Review
"There is an unexpected twist in the story that I can’t reveal, and as I looked around, the entire audience was crying. The roaring applause at the end of the production proved those who wish to be inspired by a true story with a delightfully happy ending would want to see ¡Americano! The Musical before it moves on." Full Review
"The theater was abuzz with children and adults of all ages who flocked to see aerial acrobatics that mesmerized the crowd, spectacular lighting, and unique dance formations, all with the use of video mapping technology that entertained and delighted the audience for almost two hours." Full Review
"Be prepared to laugh, cry and hang on to her every word; her stories hit close to home, and the reaction from the packed Minetta Lane Theatre audience was overwhelming as she exposed raw emotions of her life." Full Review
"The play contemplates the shame of feeling guilty about the world’s suffering. However, at the end of 90 minutes, viewers come away knowing there is little we can do to change if we only observe the plight, like the character." Full Review
"There’s nothing like a musical comedy filled with lines that make the audience roar, but when the show is based on a book and movie written by Billy Crystal, you will laugh until you cry." Full Review
"The life of Jaqueline Marie Butler (Felicia Curry), a.k.a. Jackie or Jack, is presented from the stoop of her house at 2933 Erickson Street, Queens, from pre-puberty through adolescence into adulthood in the exceptional one-person monologue 'Queens Girl in the World.' Set to the music of Motown, the audience was mesmerized while Curry transformed herself into a litany of characters, taking on mannerisms and voices of people who influenced and shaped her life from the early 1960s to the civil... Full Review
"4.5/5 stars...Audiences will laugh as they relate to life’s subtle emotions exposed throughout 'sandblasted' by playwright Charly Evon Simpson. As the story unfolds, we ask-are the characters on a celestial tour overseeing their past lives, or are they in an existential dream, falling apart in the present day but still trying to keep the pieces of their lives together? This story offers the audience insight into many metaphors of life." Full Review
"When Trevor (Holden William Hagelberger) opens his mouth and belts out the first song “Do You Know/On With the Show,” the audience realizes they will enjoy this production, no matter what the storyline is. The fantastic voice and natural acting talents of young Hagelberger are on display throughout this two-act play...Trevor: The Musical is a play well worth seeing." Full Review