A Perfect Future
What the popular press said...
"Half-baked rehash of a dynamic familiar from "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" through "God of Carnage" is too contrived to score many compelling points."
David Rooney for NY Times
"None of it is remotely credible, alas, and the play disintegrates."
Erik Haagensen for Back Stage
"A trite idea ruined by hackneyed plotting and dreary writing."
Michael Summers for Newsroom Jersey
"So contrived that everything about these insufferably smug characters screams bogus-bogus-bogus and every word out of their mouths sounds phoney-phoney-phoney."
Marilyn Stasio for Variety
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