"As reimagined by Ms. Bauman, this story of exiles in love and in conflict becomes a meditation on immigrants and refugees today... an approach that might well have warmed the heart of that prescient champion of multiculturalism in the arts – Joseph Papp.”
Ben Brantley, NY Times
One of the rarer species of conceptualized classics: Into the Hazard develops its new take from the inside-out, investing ... care and energy into illuminating the text ... one of the most ... enjoyable classical productions I've seen in some time.
Bank Job, which reaches farcical levels, warrants uproarious laughter (and delivers) one of the funniest scenes you’ll see all year, and it’s handled with rapier timing by this cast and director Jessica Bauman.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram