"Peterson and Dobbins handle their roles admirably, particularly as the emotional pitch of events escalates. Dobbins is a convincing McCarthy, shifting seamlessly between vulnerability and icy wit, while Peterson’s amorphous de Man manages to be both repulsive and pitiable. These subtleties are facilitated by Leaf’s smart script and the simple set, constituted largely of scattered books." – Ian Tuttle, National Review Read the full article "... an erudite detective story, an
“ ... a REFRESHING and CONTEMPORARY take
on love and philosophy.”
Ed Malin, Theatre In The Now
“... EFFECTIVE theater in significant part due to the BRAVURA WORK of FLEUR ALYS DOBBINS, whose portrayal of McCarthy SEETHED and SPARKLED.”
David P. Goldman, PJ Media "Jed Peterson as de Man is a FASCINATING near-reincarnation of Paul Henreid playing the sly, covert Nazi in Carol Reed’s 1940 thriller Night Train To Munich."
Thomas McArdle, The Stream #JonathanLeaf #Deconstruction