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Blueprint for Paradise – Reviews

GO!… Most any play that sheds light on racism and the oppression of women gets my vote, and Blueprint for Paradise does both.” — Deborah Klugman, LA Weekly

RIVETINGTOP-NOTCH… imaginatively build[s] a what-if plot that combines fact and fiction… deserves to be seen not only on the boards of the Hudson Mainstage, but far beyond.” —Ed Rampell, Hollywood Progressive

THIS IS YOUR TICKET… reconfirms that L.A. is a magnificent town for great theatre… a highly satisfying experience [and] a cautionary tale about what, without vigilance, could happen again in the country we live in.” — Eric A, Gordon, People’s World

HIGHLY DRAMATIC… a tour-de-force… directed for full theatrical effect” — Morna Martell, Theatre Spoken Here

ELECTRIFYING… evoke[s] an eerie sense of familiarity to the news we see in our world today… a thrilling denouement” — Ryan Luévano, Tin Pan L.A.

WILL ENTERTAIN AND INFORM YOU… Anyone interested in history needs to hurry to the Hudson to see Blueprint For Paradise.” — Serita Stevens, LA Splash

KUDOS TO ALL THE ACTORS… one of the most elaborate, detailed sets seen in a small 99-seater.” — Gil Kaan, BroadwayWorld

ENTERTAINING… a jarring portrait of some of more the more social and political currents of the time” — Lovell Estell III, Stage Raw

INTERESTING, ENTERTAINING… the actors [are] solid pros” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

CHALLENGING AND BRILLIANT THEATER… [a] must-see new play… should be part of the curriculum in trying to end intolerance.” — Rosalind Marmel, Beverly Hills PATCH

“Takes the strings of legend and history, weaving a tapestry of events that highlight HUMAN DRAMA VERY HIGH PRODUCTIION VALUES in many of the areas that matter most–acting especially.” — David MacDowell Blue, The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses

IMPORTANT… the entire cast does a superb job.” — Carol Kaufman Segal, Review Plays

WOW!… an unexplored bit of L.A. history… Still, it’s what happens when Clara’s eyes get opened to life’s infinite possibilities that make this World Premiere drama an August treat.
 — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA