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INTERVIEWS

REVIEWS

GUARDS AT THE TAJ:

THE BOSTON GLOBE

Beauty and Brutality in Guards at the Taj

"Director Weissman skillfully constructs and sustains an atmosphere that is alternately foreboding, jolting, and elegiac...”

-Don Aucoin

DIG BOSTON

A Gripping Guards at the Taj at Central Square Theater

"...Gabriel Vega Weissman’s production is sublime.”

-Christopher Ehlers

THE ARTS FUSE

Guards at the Taj — The Price of Possibility

"Athyal and Gagoomal are at their best when they are exploring possibilities, when they feel free to run with whatever exciting thoughts come into their heads. This trait survives in spite of the despair and anguish that dominate the later parts of the play. In fact, Weissman uses (perhaps even creates) quiet moments to echo and amplify these expressions of their camaraderie. It is unusual to find this kind of interaction in a black comedy; places where Joseph probes the gentle sides of masculinity as well as the intertwined power of beauty and terror.”

-David Cruz

THE TECH

The Most Beautiful Thing in the World

"★★★★★"

"Horrific, touching, and deeply beautiful, Weissman’s production brings to life Rajiv Joseph’s play with such wonderful magic that it will mesmerize you from start to finish.”

-Johnson Huynh

LOOSE CANON:

CHARGED.FM

Loose Canon Charms with Tales from Sophocles to Taco Bell

“An immensely intelligent and entertaining piece for any sort of theater lover or scholar, an engaging romp through the

highs and lows of the modern dramatic canon and certainly a highlight of this year’s Fringe season.”

-Natalie Sacks

NYTheater Now

Review: Loose Canon

“Literate without being pretentious, funny without being dumb, Loose Canon, is a delightfully fun time.”

-Julie Congress

Maxamoo

Podcast: FRINGE NYC AND ANNIE BAKER’S JOHN

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