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Home Front – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
POWERFUL… confronts the bitter realities of post-WWII racism, homophobia… muscularly directed by Maria Gobetti. Her actors understand their roles perfectly.” — Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times

Stage Raw
STAGE RAW TOP 10… beautifully rendered… uniformly splendid performances… director Maria Gobetti does a superb job… RECOMMENDED.” — Iris Mann, Stage Raw

Broadway World
“[A] GUT PUNCH OF A PLAY… resonates with equal parts intelligence, anger, hope and sadness.” — Evan Henerson, BroadwayWorld

Stage Scene LA 
WOW!EYE-OPENING, EMOTION-PACKED… an adeptly constructed three-hander that segues effortlessly from comedic romcom to suspenseful drama… electrifying performances.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Ticket Holders LA 
RIVETINGA TOWERING ACHIEVEMENT… [director Maria] Gobetti’s trio of veteran performers are exceptional… an indelibly moving production.” — Travis Michael Holder, Ticket Holders LA

Larchmont Buzz
“[A] POWERFUL THEATER EXPERIENCE… beautifully layered characters, an accurate historical framework, and abiding honesty… careful characterizations and exquisite acting make this show something special… Don’t miss this important and revealing show.” — Larua Foti Cohen, Larchmont Buzz

Hollywood Progressive
POWERFUL… heart-rendingly wonderful performances… [we] were utterly charmed… Hollywood Progressive heartily recommends ‘Home Front.’” — Dick Price, Sharon Kyle, Linnea Friberg-Price, Hollywood Progressive

L.A. Theatre Bites 
ROMANTICENTERTAINING… rings very true.” — Patrick Chavis, L.A. Theatre Bites

MAJESTIC PERFORMANCESFINE DIRECTION… a gripping and relatable theatre experience… an ode to those who, against all odds, continue to fight, continue to believe.” — Joe Mosqueda, Glamgical

NoHo Arts District
POIGNANT, HEARTFELT, FULL OF REALISM AND TRAGEDY AND LOVE… The performances are brilliant… Maria Gobetti directs with a feather touch.” — Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros,

People’s World 

Splash Magazines 
HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDENGAGING, ENGROSSING AND ENTERTAINING… a well written, directed, and acted drama which focuses on bigotry and hate in a very personal way.” — Elaine Mura, Splash Magazines