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  • Cheryl Bear:
    26 Jul. 2020
    An incredibly heartbreaking and beautifully done exploration of grief when nature is the one who took your child. Great work.
  • Emma Goldman-Sherman:
    20 Mar. 2019
    Yes, oceans are sometimes the only thing large enough to hold our grief, and this one refuses to do that! How large it all feels! How impossible to surmount! I love the scale of this short but intense impactful piece. I love how Nature is so much larger than the humans in the play. And I love how the final response/action can be a movement toward creation.
  • Tiffany Antone:
    19 Mar. 2019
    Heartbreaking and powerful in its brevity. Incredibly moving exploration of grief, lovingly written!
  • Donna Hoke:
    4 Feb. 2019
    I didn't expect this play to go where it did, but appreciated this exploration of grief, the unyielding human need for explanation and reason, when, in truth, there isn't any. Beautifully done.
  • Ellen Koivisto:
    21 Dec. 2018
    A play about loss, personal and environmental, and the implacable forces of nature that don't much care what we think or feel. This is a marvelous opportunity for theatre magic and physical theatre work as the ocean comes on stage, tosses the human, and recedes again. A beautiful poem of a play that haunts.