Reviews

New England Theatre Geek on ‘HEARTLAND’

“Heartland was achingly beautiful in the way that the greatest art moves us to yearn, hurt and struggle.”

WGBH’s Jared Bowen

“What New Repertory Theatre does with this does make it very stirring and thought-provoking…”

The Jewish Journal on ‘1776’

“The directors succeed in creating a truly representative body, one that is color blind and gender neutral, united by the simple commonality of humanness.”

Broadway World on ‘1776’

“New Rep’s 1776 builds on the change we wish to see in the theater world.”

NE Theatre Geek on ‘1776’

“New Rep gives us a fun production that is more timely than it is educational. This musical might be based on historical facts but this production brings new momentum to current events.”

Boston Events Insider on ‘1776’

“New Repertory Theatre’s 1776 is inspiring, funny, educational, accessible to those who don’t normally see theatre or care about history…”

Talkin’ Broadway on ‘1776’

” Steven Martin provides the show’s richest singing in the somber “Momma, Look Sharp,” as a courier (from Watertown, no less) memorializing two friends who died in battle.”

Dig Boston on ‘1776’

“It’s hard not to fall under 1776’s patriotic charm, and the New Rep manages to give our shared history a new face…”

TheaterMirror on ‘1776’

“Austin and Kelli block the show wonderfully, obtaining wonderful performances from their talented cast.”

Metro West on ‘1776’

“Clearly chosen for the fine caliber of their voices, and a remarkable chiming of the ensemble in the full cast numbers, the 23 actors more than do justice to Sherman’s score.”