Entrancing and exhilarating…. With her keen observations, she works as a sort of social historian molding gut-wrenching truths and hilarious caricatures into a portrait of the family of manpast and present. [review of the performance]—Mary Houlihan, Chicago Sun-Times—
Ms. Woodbury has built a sweet and sweeping play with breathtaking range: you meet the living and the dead, characters from two coasts in a time period that spans from 1941 to 2001. What’s more, she displays the ambition of an artist who is not afraid to make an audience work for its rewardsand trust me, there are many.
, The New York Times
Parlaying an ace reporter’s eye for telling detail and a mimic’s ear for nuances of dialect, Woodbury’s ability to weave a rich tapestry of Americana is impressively evident. [review of the performance]
, The Los Angeles Times
Woodbury’s America is a haunted place, all desire and no memory, searching for redemption in the richness of human experience. [review of the performance]
, The Irish Times