Filled with strong women, immense purpose, and a perfect amount of humor. The Revolutionists is a fabulous look at history and the women behind it. ”
Paul K Smith:
26 Sep. 2017
A theatrical joy from the first moments:
Well that’s not a way to start comedy.
With an execution? Warm us up a little first.
No. The play can’t be about terror and death, it has to be about... grace and power in the face of it. Yes. There we go. That’s good." ”
26 Jun. 2017
I just saw this play in Austin, and I want it playing it every city. The questions that populate my mind every day, questions about activism, feminism, and of course, revolution, take center stage and are given the time and space they deserve. This play is deeply needed. ”
15 Jun. 2017
This play delves deep into what it means to be a woman and an artist in times of political upheaval. It is a compassionate and decisive call to action through metatheatre and the true stories of women from history. Check it out! ”
25 May. 2016
So great! The usual Lauren Gunderson smart, funny, witty world, this time populated by women from history that you may or may not know. Regardless you will love them and want to learn more. Somebody produce it again, 'casue I wanna see it!! ”
22 Jan. 2016
I saw this in a reading at Playwright's Foundation. This play features many of Gunderson's signature strengths: women of history, a female dominated story, some excellent and witty comedy, and surprising twists on reality. A fiercely feminist story, with fantastic roles for four female actors. ”