We'd like to share some of the fantastic reviews for The Language of Trees!
Charles Isherwood of The New York Times writes:
"IMAGINATIVE and ENGAGING. Plays about the conflict in Iraq have mostly focused on the experience of soldiers or the politicians who put them in danger, but STEVEN LEVENSON’s sensitive drama is welcome for the imaginative sympathy it extends to the families left behind.”
David Cote of Time Out New York raves:
"HEART-TUGGING! STEVEN LEVENSON’s sensitive and keenly scripted drama—crisply staged by ALEX TIMBERS—tells tell a deeply human tale about connection and communication. Politically charged domestic tragedy is a tricky language to master, but Levenson speaks it fluently." Read the full review>>
And Michael Kuchwara of the Associated Press proclaims:
"IMPRESSIVE and AMBITIOUS IN SCOPE, with THOUGHTFUL, CLEAR-HEADED direction by ALEX TIMBERS. The ending carries a punch that makes one want to see what STEVEN LEVENSON will write next!”
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