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  • Sheila Cowley:
    29 Jul. 2015
    A very grown-up look at the question we all ask ourselves as kids - what kind of superhero could I be? A layered and compelling story full of unexpected turns, as people ask whether they could do hero-work for real, without imagined super-powers. Exciting, intriguing, funny, impassioned and heartbreaking.
  • David Hilder:
    16 Jul. 2015
    A terrific exploration of core concepts of good and evil that's suitable for audiences of many ages. Subverting the superhero genre to the ends of a deeper look at our unconscious desires to do right AND wrong is a matter for a deft writer to tackle, and Suilebhan is clearly just that.
  • David L. Williams:
    19 Mar. 2015
    A fun and smart play with some great twists to it! The humor of the concept seamlessly gives way to searching moral questions.
  • Allyson Currin:
    9 Mar. 2015
    This play is a heck of a ride! It is smart and quirky, fast-paced and wildly entertaining. But it is also written with great technical skill and a lot of heart.
  • Nan Barnett:
    22 Dec. 2014
    This is a whirlwind of a play: one that engages with subject matter typically excluded from our stages. Definitely sure to appeal to a difficult-to-reach audience segment: young people. But it's not without great depth and insight, either.
  • Jojo Ruf:
    14 Nov. 2014
    What fun! Though there's a very serious inquiry going on, too, beneath all those masks and capes. You almost don't notice it creeping up on you, throughout the play, and then it just explodes. This is the sort of story that's going to bring YOUNG audiences into the theater, too... and leave them feeling like maybe they belong there. It's a difficult trick to pull off, but this play does it.