Reviews

The Boston Globe on ‘1776’

“Carolyn Saxon endows Abigail Adams with a playfully luminous personality that glows throughout her lovely duets with Evett (“Till Then’’ and “Yours, Yours, Yours’’).”

ArtFuse on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“A gripping and disturbing study of the influence of Nazism has been transformed, by current events, into a chilling, cautionary tale about our times.”

WGBH on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“…’well acted’ and ‘a vital story’.”

Broadway World on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“We Will Not Be Silent is provocative and discomfiting. Here’s hoping that it may also be a rallying cry for resistance.”

TheaterMirror on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“Consistent with New Rep’s purpose, we leave We Will Not Be Silent more informed and awakened…”

On Boston Stages on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“In keeping with times then and now, the words defiance and resistance are repeated often.”

NE Theatre Geek on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“Each performer was masterful, moving the drama forward with easy charisma. “

The Boston Globe on WE WILL NOT BE SILENT

“It’s entirely understandable that New Repertory Theatre artistic director Jim Petosa — who has made it his business during the Trump presidency to stage dramas that resound both as parables of protest and cries of warning…

The Boston Globe’s take on STRAIGHT WHITE MEN

“An intriguing, even illuminating take on questions of status and privilege.”

TheaterMirror’s Take On STRAIGHT WHITE MEN

“It’s a strong piece which will challenge, amuse, anger and entertain audience members differently.”