Once again, Two River Theater shows that it is a first-class interpreter of August wilson's plays
September 25, 2015
More praises for Seven Guiatrs, this time from Ruth Ross of NJ Arts Maven:
"It's appropriate that Two River Theater's polished production of August Wilson's play about 1940s Pittsburgh be titled Seven Guitars, given the prominent role literal and figurative music plays in it. Add to that the dramatic harmony of seven superb actors, and you have a play that hits all the right notes"
"Christina Acosta Robinson's Vera... projects a quiet, confident elegance, sans histrionics... she's one classy woman."
"Kudos to the production staff for an evocative set designed by Michael Carnahan and atmospherically lit by Driscoll Otto. Karen Perry's period costumes complete the impression of time and place."