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Spider Woman – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
POTENT AND INTIMATEENTHRALLS… ensnar[es] its audience in the time-tested tale.” — Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times

Stage Scene LA 
WOW!STUNNINGLY ACTED, DIRECTED AND DESIGNED… live theater at its most heart-stopping and thought-provoking. It held me spellbound.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

The Nerds of Color
ASTONISHING… an intimate and stirring piece that speaks quietly yet undeniably to your soul.” — Edward Hong, The Nerds of Color

RICH AND COMPLEX…  tak[es] the audience to uncharted territories with humor, wit, and sensuality.” — Joe Mosqueda, Glamgical
BREATHTAKING… beautifully layered, complex and erotically charged… a gorgeous production.” — Alisa Hayashida, South Pasadenan

Theatrius (San Francisco)
POWERFUL… a complex and intriguing production… It’s a love story; it’s a political commentary; it’s an elegy to the power of two people regarding each other in their full and noble humanity.” — Jeanette Quick,
UTTERLY BEAUTIFUL AND CAREFULLY CRAFTED… nuanced and emotionally intelligent… performances that seem to defy the very edges of the stage…. Should not be missed.” — Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros,

Ticket Holders L.A.
STUNNING… one of the world’s greatest love stories… innovative staging and two drop-dead performances.” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holders L.A.

People’s World 
POIGNANT, CHILLING, FUNNY, AND SENSUAL … a tour-de-force.” — Eric Gordon, People’s World

Pasadena Now
INTENSE, BEAUTIFUL AND HEARTBREAKING… take[s] the audience to a place far away from their comfortable seats.” — Eddie Rivera, Pasadena Now

Culver City News 
HEARTFELT AND BELIEVABLE… Brilliantly directed by Michael Michetti … Adrián González and Ed F. Martin bring Valentin and Molina fully to life.” — Shari Barrett, Culver City News

From Another Zero 
FULL OF SUSPENSEFUL EMOTION… tender and melodically written… the two actors that reveal great chemistry and stage rapport.” — Alejandra Enciso-Dardashti, From Another Zero

Gia on the Move
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS… I can’t think of a production I was more invested in so far this season.” — Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move