“a sharp, entertaining meeting of minds, especially in such assured hands as helmer Matt August’s, which should be catnip for regional-theater season subscribers yearning for a little food for thought with their fun.”
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Carefully compiled references and biographical details whiz by in Matt August’s finely tuned staging, with superb performances illuminating the clashing personalities that drive three discordant takes on Christianity.
This production, which had a successful run earlier this year at the small NoHo Arts Center, would be newsworthy alone for its move to an institutional theater like the Geffen, apparently in a bid for a New York opening. One can only pray that, contrary to established practice, this exemplary cast might make the move with it.
Top Ten Productions of 2014
“If religion and comedy had a baby, this would be it!”