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Unseen Hand – Reviews

Los Angeles Times 
CRITIC’S CHOICE… Shepard at his gleefully irreverent best.”  — Philip Brandes, Los Angeles Times

Theatre Notes
TWO REMARKABLE PLAYS… [Killer’s Head is] profound and gripping…. The Unseen Hand is an outrageous, comedic romp.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

Total Theater
FOUR STARS… typical Sam Shepard themes are boldly dramatized in the Odyssey’s production, which is noteworthy for its expert direction and flawless acting… THEATER AT ITS BEST.” — Will Manus, Total Theater

Hollywood Progressive 
“[A] SUPERBLY MOUNTED SAM SHEPARD GEM… wildly imaginative, hilarious…  one of the best, well-acted and creatively directed works this critic has seen on the legit stage” — Ed Rampell, Hollywood Progressive

Stage Raw 
SURPRISINGLY FUNNYZIG-ZAGGING INVENTIVENESS…  any chance to catch Shepard’s dazzling early work done well is something to be grateful for.” — Stephen Fife, Stage Raw 

On Stage Los Angeles 
PASSIONPOETRY… Shepard’s words and the unusual circumstances in both pieces speak to ‘modern’ audiences of the sixties as well as to audiences here in the 21st Century.” — Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

U.S. Theater & Opera
TOTALLY FASCINATING…  Perhaps there was never a time in which the playwright’s work has had greater significance.” — Douglas Messerli, U.S. Theater, Opera and Performance

The Hollywood Times 
INSPIREDDYNAMIC, RAPID-FIRE… a crazed mixture of cowboys and aliens with a big dollop of resurrection… illuminates the complex chaos of the 21st century. — John Lavitt, The Hollywood Times

Stage and Cinema
EXTREMELY FUNNY, but it’s also commentary on the loss of innocence and individuality… you won’t be able to turn away from the acting, expertly guided by director Darrel Larson.” — Joan Alperin, Stage and Cinema

The Tvolution
REASON TO CELEBRATE… gleams with craftsmanship… a journey that is both engaging and amusing.” — Ernest Kearney, The Tvolution

Santa Monica Daily Press
“[AN] HYSTERICAL ROMP with some seriously tour-de-force monologues” — Sarah A. Spitz, Santa Monica Daily Press