Follow Me Down
"… a diamond of the 50-seat house set…. Definitely worth the money if you like witty dialogue, British humor, or strapping young boys struggling to become men…. Graham Halstead is irresistible!" Read the full review.
Joseph Samuel Wright, Theatre is Easy, www.theasy.com
"Expertly acted! Follow Me Down gives a theatergoer the sense of being in the same room with the people Barrett has created – the play quickly becomes an intense emotional experience." Read the full review.
Joe Meyers, Connecticut Post, ctnews.com
"Sarah Elizabeth Wansley’s direction is also to be commended specifically for getting such heart wrenching performances out of this stellar cast." Read the full review.
Michael Roderick, BroadwayWorld Special Feature: 99 and Under the Radar, broadwayworld.com
"This is a wise and darkly funny play…. With assured direction and a cast embodying their characters to the hilt, Follow Me Down is a finely edited, excellent production that speaks to us as clearly as it speaks to its own particular moment in time." Read the full review.
Di Jayawickrema, nytheatre.com
The Disappearance of Jonah
"Blending driven young talent with Darragh Martin’s lyrical script, the production is festival theater at its most enjoyable." Read the full review.
Laura Palotie, offoffonline.com
"The Disappearance of Jonah is another must see in this year’s Fringe…. Playwright Darragh Martin worked magic with the dialogue. Director Sarah Wansley made the show come to life where the audience couldn’t help but be transported to the big city…. Jonah (Patrick Barrett) was the glue that held the play together. All eyes couldn’t help but be on him during his asides…. Maura McNamara was even more impressive as the fruit-dressing, coffee serving performance artist." Read the full review.
Laura Vogltanz, dctheatrescene.com
Capital Fringe Festival Photo Blog, Bob Morrison
The Dark Side of the Moon: A Review of Moonlight, bwog.com