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  • Charles Green:
    18 Sep. 2020
    One of the most cogent explorations of love, this play isolates the viewer in a melancholy state, stripping away our defenses and opening us up to the potential for total vulnerability. Funny, strange, and hopeful, one can't help but feel the play is an act of forgiveness, a truly rare catharsis.
  • Megan Gogerty:
    24 Aug. 2020
    Theatrical and nuanced, this play rings the alarm about climate change and the great barrier reef while delivering funny, heartbreaking, achingly drawn characters.
  • Kitchen Dog Theater:
    27 May. 2019
    OFFICIAL SELECTION for the KITCHEN DOG THEATER 2019 NEW WORKS FESTIVAL
    This play was chosen from nearly 450 submitted scripts and received a staged reading as part of our annual festival.
  • Ellen "Dash" Walter:
    22 Sep. 2018
    I had the fortunate opportunity to witness the reading of this incredible new play at the Kennedy Center MFA Workshop 2018. It was a rare in its ability to address the impact of climate change while also evoking the simple beauty of human love and interaction. I love the potential of the casting and the playfulness and humor juxtaposed to the serious dramatic themes.
  • Nan Barnett:
    7 Aug. 2018
    I love this play and can't wait to see it produced. This story of two people brought together by climate and cirumstance is Beckett-like in its approach to communication, setting the stage for two remarkable performances. This is your play if you'd like a dark comedy about the connections humans make and break, and the magic that can result from a bond beween humans. (Oh, and a rabbit.)