REVIEWS

Left to Right: Sea McHale, Serena Parish, Collette Astle  Photo by Maria Baranova

Left to Right: Sea McHale, Serena Parish, Collette Astle

Photo by Maria Baranova


”Hilarious and Haunting … a stellar cast, under the capable guidance of director Kelsey Claire, shines and gives tangible groundedness to Ford’s characters.” The Review Hub

Not Even the Good Things comes out swinging, making you immediately question what is "the truth", what is inference, and what is the loss of something you once had ... Watching human beings try, fail, and try again to get to the root of their own truths is something we all need in this current day and age, and Not Even the Good Things gets to something that is both honest and real.Broadway World

“The ensemble has no weak points. As actors they are always present, always saying something even when silent … Those performances exist because writer Joseph Scott Ford has crafted an exciting blend of humor and pathos that lets these actors be electrifying on stage.” Theatre That Matters