“Torrentially exciting,” - The New York Times
“Queen Lear” in a fun house mirror - The New York Times
“Three Tall Women” is rigorous but also generous, even loving, to its characters — and audience. It honors the women’s flintiness and fear as C swears not to become B and B hopes not to become A. In doing so, it slips Beckettian existentialism through the commercial barricades by disguising it as comfortable mainstream entertainment. - Jesse Green, The New York Times
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