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Becket – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
POIGNANT… RAVAGING… Graf’s emotionally astute drama peels away layers of pathology with surgical skill… the performers are gripping.” — F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times

GRIPPING… a well-spun, rich and powerful story… masterfully crafted… exquisitely presented” — Ron Irwin, Post-Examiner

Theatre Notes
DEFTLY DIRECTED… the audience is absorbed in pin-drop, rapt attention. A fine cast, a compelling story and an intimate setting make for a satisfying evening of drama.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

Haines His Way
FOUR STARS… deliver[s[ the goods.” — Rob Stevens, Haines His Way

LA Splash
BRILLIANTLY ACTED… will resonate with many” — Serita Stevens, LA Splash

On Stage and Screen

COMPELLING… effective family drama. Everything about it felt very real.” — Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

Stage Raw
FUNNY POIGNANT… unveil[s] a truth that every audience member may ponder on the way home.” — Terry Morgan,
Stage Raw

Will Call
EXQUISITE… has us truly spellbound… . Kiff Scholl’s insightful direction does justice to Graf’s enthralling writing, her sympathetic yet complex characters and unforced, smart dialogue.” — Ingrid Wilmot, Will Call for Theater’

Theatre Spoken Here
SENSIITIVE AND PERCEPTIVE… don’t miss this beautiful play” –—Morna Martell, Theatre Spoken Here

Arts In LA
INSPIRED… a playwright whose powers of wordsmithery are just about perfect…. gifted actors led by the vision of a truly innovative director.” — Travis Holder, Arts In LA

MARVELOUS… wonderfully fresh…  a meaningful piece, well-executed, and worthy of our attention” —Dale Reynolds, EDGE

Stage Scene LA
WOW! COMPELLING… Though its title entreats you not to, you will be talking about Becket.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Gia on the Move
RESONATES… One only has to look around the room, during a performance at the rest of the audience to witness the phenomenon. People connecting with elementary experiences” — Tracey Paleo, Gia on the Move

STORYTELLING BRILLIANCEINSIGHTFUL DIRECTION… a sad and biting story well told with empathy… will compel you to care about these people” — Shari Barrett, BroadwayWorld

Westside Today
A TOUR DE FORCE… a rare intimacy between [the] actors and the audience” —Kelly Hartog, Westside Today