All Night Long

All night long

Directed by Jan Munroe

Theatre Notes 
UTTERLY UNIQUE… EXTRAORDINARY… serious stuff served up as wild comedy…  [the cast] goes for broke with broad, hyper-charged playing that is rendered with extraordinary precision… audiences will have fun debating what it all means after the show.” — Paul Myrvold,. Theatre Notes

On Stage Los Angeles
RIBALD AND ZANY, POIGNANT AND SAD… will have you laughing out loud and running home to hug your children… a rare and authentic telling of this timeless and timely play” — Peggy Dobreer, On Stage Los Angeles

U.S. Theatre & Opera
L… a sort of absurdist mash-up of O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night with the 1950s television family-oriented The Donna Reed Show… beautifully realized by the direction and scenic design… The acting is exceptional” — Douglas Messerli, U.S.Theater, Opera and Performance

People’s World
WONDERFULLY, WILDLY, WITTY AND WRY… [an] uproarious satire that rips the veneer off of the so-called traditional family… Veteran helmer Jan Munroe deftly directs his excellent ensemble and also created a superb set… subversively radical theatre” — Ed Rampell, People’s World

Stage Raw 
LITERATE, FUNNY, DARK AND ABSURDIST… a terrific production of a tricky work” — Terry Morgan, Stage Raw