Reviews

WGBH’s Jared Bowen on ‘Heartland’

“It’s a weighty subject matter but told in a very personal and compelling way.”

Broadway World on “Still Standing”

“With songs, wit, and a powerful message of resilience, Hollander represents something far greater than mere survival when she takes the stage in New Rep’s BlackBox Theater at the Mosesian Center for the Arts.”

New England Theatre Geek on ‘Still Standing’

“She’s an inspiration to anyone seeking the courage to be themselves.”

Bay Windows on ‘Still Standing’

“‘Still Standing’ may be a highly personal work but the solo show’s revealing subtitle “A Survival Guide for Life’s Catastrophes” immediately identifies it as an advisory for anyone dealing with a formidable moment of truth.”

Broadway World on ‘HEARTLAND’

“There is no denying or escaping the political aspects of Heartland, but its focus on the three characters and their relationships with each other is, for me, the most compelling feature. “

ArtsFuse on HEARTLAND

“In Heartland, Dean avoids the trap of facile political point-scoring; his characters are real, and he trusts them to convey history’s ache.”

TheaterMirror on ‘HEARTLAND’

“Across language barriers, this cast of three weaves time and location to tell a fast-paced story of deep love, strong beliefs and unsettling betrayal.”

MetroWest Daily News on ‘HEARTLAND’

“Dean’s play is a small, quiet reminder of the possibilities that humans can… grow tolerant if they take the time to listen and learn, despite the cultural divides…”

The Bay State Banner on ‘HEARTLAND’

““Heartland” is a beautiful, timely and impeccably performed production.”

The Jewish Journal on ‘HEARTLAND’

“The intimacy of the Mosesian Center for the Arts’ 90-seat BlackBox Theatre and Afsoon Pajoufar’s spare but effective set provides an immersive experience for the audience, which is transported from Kabul to Omaha with the flick…