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  • Stephen Foglia:
    23 Sep. 2019
    What I love about you do not look is the way Stout has written a play of violence and healing that makes room for small gestures and humor both high and low. She's painted the world in a kind of fog, where painful absences are hard to distinguish from "the way things are" and forgotten women feed on gas station ramen in sad hotel rooms, where ghosts walk arm in arm with implacable encyclopedia saleswomen. I saw a beautiful workshop production a couple years ago and look forward to this play's future!
  • Jordan Ramirez Puckett:
    19 Apr. 2018
    A unique look at the intertwining stories of two women who have immigrated to America and two teenage American girls. They should have nothing in common, but their stories show that violence against women and girls knows no borders. A play, beautifully rendered, I would love to see this work developed further.
  • Gina Femia:
    27 Apr. 2017
    This is a beautiful, funny, enlightening play about trauma and living. Callan wraps up a story of trauma within a haunting ghost story.
  • Matt Barbot:
    24 Apr. 2017
    Had the honor of seeing this play throughout its development - a haunting, beautiful, and often very funny dive into one woman's journey to discovering her purpose.