“…apocalypse…”

“…[WNEP] demonstrates  a rare talent for shaping spontaneous sparks of truth into palpable,  fluid, provocative drama…People  who believe in the power of theatre to shape minds and  societies should flock to this visionary  fable…” –  Chicago Reader

“The Armageddon Radio Hour”

“An  outstandingly clever parody of the old wartime radio hours …brilliant sound effects…an integrated and resonant work…” –TheList (Glasgow)

“Postmortem”

“A  startling and well-staged trip to a possible afterlife…moving and emotionally satisfying…” — ImprovReview.com

“Statuette – A Hollywood Musical”

“…funny, stylish and sexy…well acted across the board…the music is memorable, and the cast sings as well as any I have ever heard…HIGHLY RECOMMENDED” –TheatreChicago.com

“LEOPOLD!”

“Director  Don Hall‘s latest “cavalcade of downright tomfoolery” revels in the random:

Leopold! is a fast-paced hodgepodge of absurdist comedy sketches…deliberately disconcerting…deftly original…” – Chicago Reader

“My Grandma’s a Fat Whore in Jersey”

“…the two actors have done the impossible in a town bursting with improv shows: Put one up that is unique and worth seeing…tremendously brave theater…(Recommended – listed as one of the top five shows to see in 1999)” — NewCity

“Wise Blood”

“…as smart as the novel it comes from, as fun and  as beautiful…HIGHLY RECOMMENDED…” –  NewCity

“The Mysteries of Harris Burdick”

“…a playful and magical show that illustrates one of the best aspects of small Off-Loop theaters: an unabashed determination to invent uniquely original work.….RECOMMENDED” – Chicago Sun-Times

‘pretty things’

“…quite moving…disturbing but captivating…it was superb…”  — Lois Price, WLUW

“LOSERS BRACKET”

“…a gut-busting comedy with no-nonsense doses of heart…elements of the Coen Brothers’ twisted sense of truth mingle with the laidback  lunacy of Mayberry…” – ChicagoTheatre.com

“Let There Be Light..!”

“…elegant, intelligent adaptation…a fascinating serious drama…the actors playing the soldiers are adept at conveying their characters’ sometimes extreme psychological problems with grace and subtlety…remarkable…”  HIGHLY RECOMMENDED – Chicago Reader