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Hannah and the Dread Gazebo – Reviews

Broadway World
ENLIGHTENINGTOUCHING… a solid acting ensemble, complemented by vividly effective video visuals… a dream within a dream within a dream” — Gil Kaan, Broadway World

Korea Times
… the original story, the rhythmical acting, and the acting were all remarkably good… this play is the wish of a family, the wish of a country, and ultimately of humanity… .” — Sookee Chung, Korea Times

On Stage Los Angeles
CHARMS… socially relevant issues that go beyond the obvious.  This experience is just right for Los Angeles… located only a few blocks from Koreatown, from where, we hope a native audience may come to enjoy native language, myth and fairy tale … and garlic.  Everybody else should come, too.” – Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

WHIMSY… terrific performances and a dazzling production design… added snaps to magic consultant Dominik Krzanowski’s “How do they do that!” bits of magic.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Larchmont Buzz
MAGICAL… whimsical and deep, historical and mythological.” — Laura Foti Cohen, Larchmont Buzz

On Stage
UNIQUEENTERTAINING… [I liked the] magical realism… pieces of paper ignite into flames and props just disappear.” — Jill Weinlein, On Stage

Ticket Holders LA
… Impressively magical and beautifully mounted… a wonderfully accomplished cast” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holders LA

Nerds of Color
WONDERFUL, MAGICAL AND FULL OF HEART… a riveting tale woven with heart, humor, and care… universal“ — Edward Hong, Nerds of Color

Cultural Weekly
SMART, FUN AND WACKY… quite different from anything else you may have seen lately… breathlessly directed… credit the cast for work that is solid, energetic and appealing.” — Sylvie Drake, Cultural Weekly