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  • Chris Chambers:
    20 Feb. 2019
    A great 10-minute piece! Looking at it for competition next year for two of my students! Very creepy and challenging for some young actors.
  • Donna Hoke:
    19 Oct. 2018
    A creepy little short that plays well with misdirection. I always wondered what people wrote for those ten-minute horror festivals and now I know!
  • Emma Goldman-Sherman:
    25 Apr. 2018
    Wonderfully dramatic! Filled with twists and turns! Love the way it builds! Well done!
  • Rachel Bublitz:
    25 Apr. 2018
    Wow. AMHERST, MAINE is twisted and dark and I loved the slow unraveling in its seven page story. There are two fantastic parts for actors to dig into, and I can only imagine it would leave its audience on the edge of their seats, as that's where Ford had me from only reading it off the page.
  • Lindsay Partain:
    23 Apr. 2018
    What a delicious piece about buried truths! The characters Jordan has created are fun, complex, and would be a blast to play. A great piece for any theatre looking to add some thriller fire to their season.
  • Jordan Elizabeth Henry:
    23 Apr. 2018
    This short psychological horror play is SO MUCH FUN. The setting and setup calls to mind Stephen King, but Ford makes the genre her own in such a satisfying way. With a subtle cat-and-mouse interplay and terrific exposition, this is a play about survival strategies, consequences, and the borderland between truth and lies.