"I’m pleased to report that one of the better things in the universe is Moyer’s portrayal. A little growly like Harvey Fierstein, a little raving like Lewis Black, a little vampy like whoever’s vampy these days, Moyer is a delight..."
"Running a brisk 90 minutes without intermission, “Disgraced” puts a human face on a conflict that has only gotten more complicated in the few years since it was first staged in 2012. It is the first must-see play of the year in metro Detroit."
“Rights of Passage” approaches these varied stages of life with wit, insight and, most of all, dignity. It is clear that playwright Dubin really loves these characters. There are no heroes and villains here, just people trying their best to make compassionate decisions about themselves and those close to them."