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  • Nelson Diaz-Marcano:
    11 Dec. 2017
    When you ask yourself what an important piece of work looks like, THIS IS HOW! Craig-Galvan goes straight for the heart, and then leaves with your brain. I'm amazed!
  • Sharai Bohannon:
    11 Dec. 2017
    This play needs to be produced everywhere. I can't begin to put into words how this play touched me and I have a feeling it's going to stay with me for quite awhile. Inda is definitely a playwright to keep an eye out for.
  • Gina Femia:
    18 Oct. 2017
    Stunning. This play gutted me.
  • Megan Behm:
    15 Sep. 2017
    I LOVE this play. It is timely, funny, and heartbreaking look at one of the greatest sins of modern day America. Terrific opportunities for designers and actors, and a meaty, exciting option for programming.
  • Matt Barbot:
    21 Jul. 2017
    At turns funny and heartbreaking, BSHMM is a beautiful, timely play about coping in the face of reality-shattering loss. I'm so excited to see this play's trajectory.
  • Darcy Parker Bruce:
    3 Jul. 2017
    BSHMM is one of those plays you can't wait to place in the hands of the next reader. This is a play for right now, and it's a play for future generations, and one of the most magical truths about this play (and there are MANY) is that it is accessible. This is a play that opens its door wide for any audience, which is so important because it doesn't shy away from what needs to be said. A play about trauma and race and love and heartbreak, this play soars.
  • Travis Bedard:
    23 Jun. 2017
    Contextualzing the very real moment in American society through the pop culture lens so many of us retreat through Galvan uses theatre to create true empathy in the stark contrast between play and reality. Program this show now.
    Let your designers have fun and let your audiences share the reality of too many Black Super Hero Magic Mamas.
  • Annalise Cain:
    9 Jun. 2017
    Craig-Galván explores this difficult material with deep sensitivity and much needed humor. This play is imaginative, heartfelt and thoroughly entertaining.
  • Andrew Heinrich:
    7 Jun. 2017
    I had the pleasure of seeing a developmental reading of this play at Texas State University last year during the Black and Latino Playwright's Conference. The reading was powerful, the described theatricality of the piece was incredibly vivid, and I can't wait to see a full blown production of this play. It's fantastic, timely, poignant, funny, and gripping.
  • Caitlin Turnage:
    6 Jun. 2017
    This play is wonderfully theatrical, and a vital addition to the American theatre! Galvan hits the nail on the head in a way that leaves you feeling chilled and thrilled while keeping a positive comic book vibe throughout! It's an absolutely important piece and you must give it a read!

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