THE NEW YORKER

“If there is a silver lining to real-world tragedy, it is that the memory of it might one day serve as grist for art. In writing this richly dark and rending drama, Leegrid Stevens drew on a painful chapter of his own family story…”

“The scenic design, by Zoë Hurwitz, is cold and ominous, and the precisely calibrated shifts in lighting, by Simon Cleveland, reinforce the fitful shifts in mood”

“But the committed performances—notably by Sidney Williams, in his sympathetic rendering of a lapsed Mormon—and Padraic Lillis’s controlled and sensitive direction are what carry this Loading Dock production’s emotional weight.”

— David Kortava