girl, 20« Go Back To Stage

  • By
  • Ellen Fairey
  • Directed by
  • Matt Miller
  • Chicago Premiere produced by
  • Serendipity Theatre Company
  • Chicago Cast
  • Rob Belushi, Walter Thon & Rachel Sondag
  • LA Premiere produced by
  • Whitehorse Productions & Serendipity Theatre
  • LA Cast
  • Rob Belushi, Madison Dirks & Rachel Sondag
  • LA WEEKLY THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATION: Best Director
  • LA WEEKLY THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATION: Best Ensemble

girl,20 [is] clever, hip, full of promise... The play has one whopping strength — it dangles viewers on a knife-edge, unsure of whether they're watching a conventional sexual-exploitational thriller or some kind of surprise, feminist counterattack. That's the main source of its tension. And thanks to a smart, carefully honed and visually sophisticated piece of direction from Matthew Miller for the Serendipity Theatre Company, this thing sure keeps you on the edge of your seat for 90 minutes.
-Chicago Tribune, CRITIC'S CHOICE

Top Ten Plays With A Future 2006
-Chicago Tribune

Matthew Miller's cinematic direction, in conjunction with the first-rank ensemble, exposes all three characters... psychological nooks and crannies with a truth stemming from piercing behavioral details — a blend of intelligence and folly that's as chilling as it is familiar.
-LA Weekly, CRITIC'S CHOICE

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  • By
  • Ellen Fairey
  • Directed by
  • Matt Miller
  • Chicago Premiere produced by
  • Serendipity Theatre Company
  • Chicago Cast
  • Rob Belushi, Walter Thon & Rachel Sondag
  • LA Premiere produced by
  • Whitehorse Productions & Serendipity Theatre
  • LA Cast
  • Rob Belushi, Madison Dirks & Rachel Sondag
  • LA WEEKLY THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATION: Best Director
  • LA WEEKLY THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATION: Best Ensemble

girl,20 [is] clever, hip, full of promise... The play has one whopping strength — it dangles viewers on a knife-edge, unsure of whether they're watching a conventional sexual-exploitational thriller or some kind of surprise, feminist counterattack. That's the main source of its tension. And thanks to a smart, carefully honed and visually sophisticated piece of direction from Matthew Miller for the Serendipity Theatre Company, this thing sure keeps you on the edge of your seat for 90 minutes.
-Chicago Tribune, CRITIC'S CHOICE

Top Ten Plays With A Future 2006
-Chicago Tribune

Matthew Miller's cinematic direction, in conjunction with the first-rank ensemble, exposes all three characters... psychological nooks and crannies with a truth stemming from piercing behavioral details — a blend of intelligence and folly that's as chilling as it is familiar.
-LA Weekly, CRITIC'S CHOICE