Pangs of the Messiah - Reviews

“The production benefits from brisk direction, strong acting and an unusual focus on the internal destruction caused by radicalization, rather than empathy with the enemy.”

Catherine Rampell
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“Yvonne Roen steals every scene she's in as the childless Tirtzah, torn between her desire to have a baby and her devotion to her increasingly divided family....Jane Stein's inventive set visualizes the encroaching outside conflict by employing miniature models of cityscapes that are consuming the family's home. Henry Akona's original music is one of the production's highlights, and Jenny Lee Mitchell's clarinet playing is touching.”

Jason Fitzgerald
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