A knowing, thoughtful piece that will delight comedy buffs and...
Bruce Dessau (Evening Standard)
Mordant, subversive verse that burrows into you from all...
Andrzej Lukowski (Time Out)
Expectations gloriously fulfilled in this chaotic, crazy...
Gary Naylor (Broadway World)
Keeps you alert, but remains ungraspable – a headswim of a...
Matt Trueman (What's On Stage, Time Out)
Youthful energy and intensity set the pace in this 1960s update.
The Stage (Other reviewers)
“Full of spirit.”
“A pretty tight, well-written piece... I feel like it could be fleshed out a little more.”
“A work of considerable skill and admirable fire... Hard to find any exigent rhetoric in Dunne’s slightly hesitant production.”
“Often very funny, with spoutings of corporate jargon and fine bursts of ill-tempered distrustfulness.”
The Gronholm Method
“Unexciting production of a play about a ruthless job application process.”
“I found myself admiring the skill with which the cast communicate the fractious atmosphere of mounting mutual mistrust.”
“Even though Galceran springs plenty of narrative surprises, his play rarely shocks us into new awareness.”
“None of these characters are particularly likeable... credit to the cast. Cake in particular gives Frank a rancid quality.”
“Slick comedy of corporate manners... Its basic premise is inspired and the execution is deft enough to keep you gripped... Fun.”
“Mixes adept satire of twenty-first-century corporate horrors with the twisty turny energy of classic potboiler thrillers.”
Dont Worry Theyre Here
Effigies of Wickedness
Three Sisters (by RashDash, after Chekhov)
For King and Country
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