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Three Days in the Country – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
CRITIC’S CHOICEWITTY AND TIMELY… well paced ensemble work and charming solo turns” — Margaret Gray, Los Angeles Times

Broadway World
WITTY AND ENJOYABLE… Who is in love with whom?… hot chemistry quite in evidence amongst the mix-matched couplings.” — Gil Kaan, Broadway World

KCRW 91.5 FM
BITING COMEDY… A perfect setup for Antaeus: a classic with a big cast that no one else can really tackle competently… worth the trip to Glendale!” – Anthony Byrnes. KCRW 89.9 FM

Southern California News Group
FOUR STARSBEAUTIFUL, INSPIRED… The play feels modern yet wafts the audience back to a 19th-century summer in the Russian countryside where we watch what fools these mortals be… hours of joy — Dany Margolies, Southern California News Group (L.A. Daily News, Orange County Register, etc.)

Stage and Cinema
TERRIFIC… a production of many triumphs” — Samuel Garza Bernstein, Stage and Cinema

WOW!IRRESISTIBLE… Unrequited love has rarely been as delightful… prove[s] that there’s fresh new life in 19th-century Russian classics… two fabulous casts” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Living Out Loud
SHARP-WITTED DIALOGUE AND OVERALL CHEMISTRY… the type of play that reminds you why coming out to the theater gives you an experience you can’t get anywhere else.”  Francisco Reyes, Living Out Loud

On Stage Los Angeles
DARK AND DRAMATIC. AND FUNNY!” — Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

LA Splash
SIZZLES… brings nineteenth century estate life into twenty-first century focus… smiles and sexual exploits… this will prove to be anything but a boring weekend.” — Elaine Mura, LA Splash

ENTERTAINING… the two casts bring marked different interpretations to the fore” — Leigh Kennicott, Showmag

Haines His Way
A ROLLICKING GOOD TIME… delightfully enacted” — Rob Stevens, Haines His Way

People’s World
A TREAT… a lusty romp of social commentary… the fine cast, directed by Andrew Paul, breathes these roles.” — Eric Gordon, People’s World

The Stanford Daily
LUST, LOVE AND LONGING… delightfully comedic… disastrous yet hysterical” — Olivia Popp, The Stanford Daily

Gia on the Move
ENTERTAINING, WITTY… There are as many truths embedded in the story as there are delights” — Tracey Paelo, Gia On The Move

Larchmont Chronicle
FOUR STARS…sparkling, funny… a terrific evening at the theater” — Patricia Foster Rye, Larchmont Chronicle