“To Nineveh is a treasure. Hits every mark. Brilliantly acted and directed. A must see!”
-Larry King, CNN
"I love this production company because they are putting out some really great work." -Anti-Mag.com
"A highly entertaining show." -Duncan Pflaster, Broadway World
"Working Man's Clothes has put together a very solid ensemble cast for this two-act play." -Josh Sherman, NyTheatre.com
I Used to Write on Walls
"Bekah Brunstetter's use of language is exquisite; her dialogue sings and expresses character with telling detail." -Duncan Pflaster, Broadway World
"It’s well-produced and tightly directed by Isaac Byrne and Diana Basmajian" -Martin Denton, NY Theatre.com
"This play is raw and poignant, from the joint-smoking on stage to the wanton confessions." -Cindy Pierre, Talking Broadway
"What I really want to stress here is how commendable the acting in I Used To Write On Walls is." -James comtois, Jamespeak
"Brunstetter's writing has real promise. Diane's opening monologue, consisting of an awkward voicemail message that ends "thanks for the sex," is an audition piece waiting to happen." -Gwen Orel, Backstage Magazine
"Working Man's Clothes has another gripping, visceral hit on their hands…" -Aaron Riccio, Kül- That Sounds Cool
…thoughtful, hilarious and poignant… -Natalie Zutter, Washington Square News
"..a nonstop intensity-fest of homosexuality, war, and violence!...Impeccable performances."- Flavorpill
"..a paranoid nightmare about the complications of friendship...dark, sick, and mean!"
- Off-Off Online
"..a deftly adapted contemporary American piece."
"..if you've forgotten what it was like to be disturbed in the theater, Penetrator is waiting for you."
"..an intensely visceral theatrical experience...assaultive...a prime example of an excellent production."
"fuckplays is real theater and serious business - seriously funny...It's an evening of real excitement, putting one in mind of headier eras in picturesque countries where live theater had the power to make audiences go nuts." -Jon Sobel, BlogCritics.com
“…tight writing and direction” -Tom Penketh, Backstage
“I have to applaud the companies Working Man’s Clothes and the Thursday Problem ….the plays are marvelously produced and acted…hilarious...powerfully written and gorgeously directed” -Duncan Pflaster, Broadway World
****1/2 (out of five) “as slutty and fun as its title...very well written and very well performed” -David Bell, Show Showdown
“…very very clever and original” -Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
"...enjoyable and clever." -Amanda Cooper, Time Out NY
Many Worlds is a Smash Hit!
"...all three characters play a vital role in this thought-provoking play. They all question their reality, but in Byrne's hands, there is one truth firmly steeped in reality: Working Man's Clothes has mounted another must-see show. "
Doug Strassler- OffOffOnline.com
"I highly recommend this show. It made me think a little about the things that I'm certain of and the ways that I tailor my personality to the world I'm occupying. I genuinely felt for these characters. What more can you ask for when going to the theatre?"
Richard Hinojosa- NYtheatre.com
Men Eat Mars Bars While Touching Their Penis
"As is to be expected from Working Man's Clothes, a company with a legacy of edgy, challenging productions full of depth, Mars Bars has plenty to say...Mars may be part of the title, but this show and its characters are firmly grounded on planet Earth."
Doug Strassler- Off Off Online.com
"It's the performances that carry the day...Men Eat Mars Bars...is a well-performed piece with some surprising highlights."
Kimberly Wadsworth NYTheatre.com
To Nineveh by Bekah Brunstetter
“Working Man’s Clothes is an excellent, pioneering theater company with a keen eye for kinetic, inquiring works, and Nineveh is no exception…Byrne is able to get performances of heartrending depth from his accomplished cast.” -Doug Strassler, offoffonline.com
“…audacious and brash and deliberately blasphemous and subversive”
-Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
“Brunstetter’s colorfully drawn characters, crisp dialogue, and quick plot turns hold interest, helped by a strong cast.”
-Rob Cohen, Backstage Magazine
Pulling Teeth by Brandon Koebernick
“Koebernick has indeed found a perfect patron in Working Man’s Clothes, a production company geared toward encouraging new talent and presenting a host of different voices and styles…a wild ride, adroitly navigated by Culverhouse, and its depth is eclipsed only by how enjoyable it is.” -Doug Strassler, offoffonline.com
“…directed tightly by Jared Culverhouse and features nicely detailed performances by Don Jeanes as Seth, Julian James as Stevie, and especially Natalie Barback as Katie” -Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
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