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  • Emma Goldman-Sherman:
    26 Jul. 2019
    There are very few plays that make me tear up, and this one did. Not just once, but several times! I remember when the 36 Questions came out, and I thought someone should write a play using these, but this goes beyond what I imagined for it. Such a brilliant play. Goes deeper than I expected. May it live a long well produced and published life!
  • Alex Burkart:
    9 Jun. 2019
    A wonderfully simple play that deals with the complexities relationships face during times of grief. The playwright does an excellent job asking questions in a natural way that encourages the audience to gage their own feelings on particular "what ifs."
  • Jennifer Kokai:
    20 Apr. 2019
    A lovely tour de force for two actors. The characters are authentic and engrossing from start to finish. The technical demands are simple, so the audience is able to focus on the words, the characters, and the emotions.
  • Kari Bentley-Quinn:
    3 Apr. 2019
    This play broke my heart into about 400 pieces, and I mean that in the best way. It's rare that a play makes me cry from just reading it, but this one did. It is so honest and raw and the ending is one of the bravest I've read.
  • Maggie Goscinski:
    21 Jan. 2019
    I love this play, heartbreaking but mostly a story about love, genuine, honest love. And love that needed some healing. This is perhaps my favorite piece I've read on NPX to date.
  • Ryan Taylor:
    28 Nov. 2018
    To fall in love with Jennifer Lane's work, read this. It's a brutal, funny, heartbreaking, and thrilling play. Two meaty, complex roles for actors to dig into.
  • Quinn Xavier Hernandez:
    21 Sep. 2018
    Vibrant, quirky, heartbreakingly vulnerable, and deliciously honest, TO FALL IN LOVE WITH ANYONE DO THIS is an intimate examination of love, loss, and acceptance. Jennifer Lane walks a very thin line eloquently, balancing her characters’ needs, wants, secrets, and admissions with perfect poise. A delightful read and I’m dying to see this staged! #PlaywrightPlug
  • Matthew Ivan Bennett:
    9 Mar. 2018
    A taut, richly developed, two-hander that understands the pit of grief.
  • Heather Helinsky:
    17 Jan. 2018
    "Y" produce this play? Small, nuanced moments, carefully crafted, character-centered storytelling. I was definitely along for the emotional ride with Wyatt and Merryn as they navigate a way forward through their grief.
  • Jordan Elizabeth Henry:
    17 Jan. 2018
    This play blew me away. Lane has made every emotion in this piece immediate: the humor, the fury, the mourning. An intimate dissection of a floundering marriage, and a gentle exploration of grief. These characters would be a joyful challenge for an actor and actress -- Merryn and Wyatt are deep, complicated, and intense. The final moments took my breath away.

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