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Animal Farm – Reviews

Daily News
IMPRESSES… inspiring and dismaying… horrifyingly pertinent” — Dany Margolies, Daily News

Broadway World
BRILLIANT POLITICAL SATIRE… Every single actor is a joy to watch… speaks directly to the world’s current political turmoil” — Shari Barrett, Broadway World

Theatre Notes
AMBITIOUSBITING SATIRE” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Note

It’s Not About Me
THANK THEATRICUM BOTANICUM for bringing us this classic story, which should make everyone who sees it think about the situation in the world today” — Karen Salkin, It’s Not About Me

LA Excites
… an insightful production… artfully directed… there are no weak links” — Imaan Jalali, LA Excites

U.S. Theater, Opera and Performance
“[A] PROFOUND THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE… Made more powerful—and, perhaps, palatable to the mixed young and older audience—through the Kurt Weill-like songs of Mitchell and Peaslee… This rustic theater is so beautifully located, that one truly does feel one has entered an amphitheater out of time and place… I suggest that any interested reader make the trip to rediscover what real theater is all about. — Douglas Messerli, U.S. Theater, Opera and Performance

Messenger Mountain News
AN INSPIRED CHOICE… an absolute treat… masterfully directed…. An ensemble piece with all the actors strong and totally convincing as sheep, horse, pigs, dogs, cows, chickens, a cat and a donkey “ — Claire Fordham, Messenger Mountain News

The Fume of Sighs
INTERESTING AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING… add it to your MUST-SEE list for the summer… Arrive early with a picnic and enjoy the theater’s beautiful surroundings” — Dena Burroughs, The Fume of Sighs

People’s World
THOROUGHLY ENGAGING, HIGHLY CREATIVE, MUSICALLY CHARMING, and overall a profound educational excursion… What kind of country do we want for ourselves here?:  Eric Gordon, People’s World

Curtain Up
SMART AND UNCOMFORTABLY TIMELY… whimsical, imaginative… a quite convincing menagerie” — Evan Henerson, Curtain Up

LA Splash
A ROLLICKING but also deadly serious study of power, propaganda, and corruption… bring[s] the fantastic to the stage with seeming effortlessness.” — Elaine Mura, LA Splash

Colorado Boulevard
ENTERTAINING AND FUN TO WATCH… but don’t let the whimsy and comedy mislead you, the dire message comes across.” — Carol Edger-Germain, Colorado Boulevard