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Beckett5 – Reviews

Southern California News Group
FOUR STARS… deep and sharp”  — Dany Margolies, Southern California News Group (Daily News, Daily Breeze, Press Telegram)

LA Splash
HIGHLY THEATRICAL AND EVOCATIVE… Sossi helms with skill and attention to detail. Special kudos to the splendid cast members, who use body language and facial expressions to project an internal life not open to words… ring[s] with truth.” — Elaine L. Mura, LA Splash

Theatre Notes
BRAVO!… The cast of five protean actors is superb… wonderfully detailed and very affecting as well as hilarious… One doesn’t get an opportunity to see well-produced, well-directed, well-performed Beckett very often, so if you love theatre, see this show.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

Total Theater
WELL-HONED, EXPERT PERFORMANCES that bring these cryptic, metaphysical plays to life in vivid fashion.” — Will Manus, Total Theater

On Stage Los Angeles
YES!… brings the existential angst of Samuel Beckett to life… this dedicated company of actors comes together as an ensemble to share his work with a passion”  Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

ASTONISHING… allow[s] for full understanding of the material… quality theater and funny to boot.” — Dale Reynolds, EDGE

Santa Monica Daily Press
EXTRAORDINARY… offer[s] a range of emotions from wonder to apprehension, meditation to introspection, and… a small smile at Beckett’s playfulness.” — Cynthia Citron, Santa Monica Daily Press

Santa Monica Daily Press
BECKETT AT ITS BEST… crystalline-pure… Beckett would have been proud. See this before it goes away” — Sarah Spitz, Santa Monica Daily Press

British Weekly
ENGAGING… a great way to experience a broad spectrum of Beckett’s exploration of life, death, loneliness, alienation and futility, and always with some wonderful dark humor.” — Catherine Siggins, British Weekly

The Tvolution
“Moments of PURE EXCELLENCE… The Koan Unit consists of talented actors acutely adept at handling some of the most difficult theatrical styles… Mr. Sossi orchestrates the evening like the maestro he is.” —Ernest Kearney, The Tvolution