A woman holds a man's head in her hands as she looks upward dramatically.

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[An] original voice and a sense of humor that is angular, human, and frequently surprising.

T.H. McCollah on Walkers
Los Angeles Times

Holy Hell by Barbara Lindsay will shock, but even with its harshness, there is a truth and compassion.

Mail Tribune Staff
Ashland Tidings

Understated dialogue and bittersweet,
almost haunting mood.

Todd Wallinger on Claudie's Brother
Colorado Springs Independant

She has a comic edge that is original and startling.

T.H. McCollah on Sally Sees the Light
Los Angeles Times

[This Almost Joy] questions the nature of reality with devastating emotional consequences. A funny and surprisingly poignant piece.

Michael Grossberg
Columbus Dispatch

This brilliantly original new play combines raucous humour with whimsical philosophy.

Emma Gregg on Free
The Good Times

Ten perfect minutes.

Byron Woods on Holy Hell