I loved the plays. The acting was terrific; the scripts very good; the plays very powerfully performed. Showing these plays as a series adds to the meaning of each, as each sheds light on the others. I highly recommend them.report as inappropriate
Saw In the Red and Brown Water. A delightful, insightful production. Sterling script, stellar cast. Reminded me just why I love live theatre.report as inappropriate
I thought that this play was very unique with its use of third person dialog. The set was sparse, but that just addded to the production. The play was well acted and I enjoyed it.report as inappropriate
Thought that both the story lines and the acting were excellent. This is definitely the most memorable play I've seen in the last 5 years. I echo the other reviewer's comment about seeing "In the Red and Brown Water" first.report as inappropriate
The plays were great. Good acting and thought provoking scripts. Would recommend that you see In The Red and Brown Water first to fully understand the chronology.report as inappropriate
The first act/play was especially strong. Highly recommend this. Good seats from Goldstar.report as inappropriate
good acting, superior theaterreport as inappropriate
Well written with exceptional acting. As inspiring and heartbreaking as real life.report as inappropriate
As the actors declared, "The end of the play", there was not a sound in the full Steppenwolf house.
Why? These two parts of this trilogy are simply brilliant and totally engaging!
Kudos to one superb ensemble and direction.report as inappropriate
Powerful writing and the ensemble cast brings the material to life superbly.report as inappropriate
Excellent!! Will go againreport as inappropriate