…being a play about a TV news channel, there is a lot of really fascinating video projection work going on onstage as well
– Boston Herald –
Once again a crack Huntington Theatre Company design team creates a physical world that embodies the location and the spirit of the play beautifully. Numerous large and not-so-large projection screens double as newsroom and apartment windows overlooking the Rochester skyline and television monitors that air the live feeds of news from the streets.
– Broadway World –
The play makes extensive use of video, with a straight-faced and hilarious Joe Paulik playing reporter-in-the-street Ron Kirkpatrick. What’s impressive here isn’t the battery of flat screens that are employed to give us the illusion of a newsroom, but the way the footage is kept strictly in service of the stage play, rather than allowed to steal the spotlight.
– EDGE SF –