We are immensely proud to be listed in the Wall Street Journal "Best of Theater" for the second year in a row!
Below is an excerpt from the December 14, 2016 Wall Street Journal article.
Topping the list of regional revivals were “Floyd Collins,” Adam Guettel’s rarely seen musical masterpiece, and “Lobby Hero,” a thought-provoking four-hander by Mr. Lonergan, both performed by 1st Stage of Tysons, Va. As regards other plays, I was similarly impressed by Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre, which presented “Death of a Salesman” and “A Streetcar Named Desire” in rotating repertory, acted by the same cast. Memorable, too, were shrewdly abridged versions of Eugene O’Neill’s “Ah, Wilderness!” (directed by Greg Leaming for the Asolo Repertory Theatre of Sarasota, Fla.) and George Bernard Shaw’s “Widowers’ Houses” (directed by David Staller for New York’s TACT/The Actors Company Theatre). I also loved the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Broadway revival of “Noises Off” and Eugène Ionesco’s “Exit the King,” directed by Bonnie J. Monte for the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.