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  • 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.
  • michelle rago:
    13 Jan. 2018
    This is a lovely, moving play. The way the play unfolds makes us not only curious about how it will end, but also curious about the answers to the questions the characters ask each other. The list of questions is a powerful engine.
  • Donna Hoke:
    3 Jul. 2017
    A beautiful exploration of the different ways men and women connect and grieve. So intimate, moving, and masterfully paced.
  • Veronica Hall:
    27 Apr. 2017
    We had the opportunity to work on a scene from this in our Contemporary Scene Study class at the University of the Arts. It was a good challenge as an actor to find dynamic blocking in the setting of sitting together in a restaurant. Thank you for the material and I look forward to reading more of Jennifer Lane in the future!

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