Rarely in the history of theatre has it been a bad sign when The Guardian’s Michael Billington loves the world premiere of your play.
Old MB bedecked the 2011 London production by Finborough Theatre of FOXFINDER with an impressive 4 stars.
And now it’s headed your way via Artists Rep in a few short weeks.
“Dawn King’s play shines out like a beacon.”
It “…is the most compelling new work I have seen this year.”
“Director Blanche McIntyre follows last year’s dazzling Finborough revival of Accolade with another first-rate production.”
This is Michael Billington, people. When he waxes warm about a show, you best wake the [redacted] up.
Translation: IT’S GOOD.
Our high tech TEWS (Theatre Early Warning System) started beeping and blinking this morning and the screen showed a pinpoint on SW Alder.
In a Portland fall theatre season still searching for a clear knockout, this could be the one.
You have been warned…