Our third production of the season opened to glowing reviews!
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is a "funny, philosophical, verbally dazzling production...high production values, creative, intelligent staging, and thoroughly professional performances characterize this group and guarantee the rewards of an evening at PST." - Don Gilpin, Town Topics
It is "dazzling in its intricacy and its invention...it rewards close attention." - Tim Dunleavy, DC Metro Theater Arts
"You are seldom going to have the opportunity to see a finer mounting of the play." - Stu Duncan, U.S. 1
The production is "performed with brilliant precision...Mr. Stoppard has fun upending expectations. As do the entire cast, who are splendid in this seriously amusing romp." - Bob Brown, TIME OFF Central Jersey
"Billy Cohen as the ingenuous Rosencrantz and Jake McCready as the skeptical, philosophical Guildenstern contrast and complement each other brilliantly." - Don Gilpin, Town Topics
"The ditzy Rosencrantz is played with a sweet irresistibility by Billy Cohen, while the more philosophical Guildenstern is sharply etched by Jake McCready...The tragedians function as a perfectly choreographed unit, led with verbal and physical dexterity by Olivia Nice's Leading Player. Casting a woman in this role, usually performed by a man, is a stroke of genius; Nice foregrounds a sexual energy that permeates the text." - Cameron Kelsall, Talkin' Broadway