Lavinia Speaks

“The play is very well constructed, never over-explanatory. Plot points are mentioned here, picked up adroitly there, until there is a recognizable, fallible, very real woman. Lavinia invokes one of her namesakes, from TITUS ADRONICUS, whose hands were cut off and tongue cut out. This Lavinia, though, communicates very expressively, even when she is tied in knots. Her life is not always pretty, and certainly not easy, but definitely worth listening to.”

-David Mackler, The Off-Off-Broadway Review