Really Really

  • Our critic's rating:
    February 1, 2013

    "Nothing truly surprises us, because everyone in 'Really Really' behaves according to type. "
    Ben Brantley for New York Times

    "The hopeless, profanity-laden nihilism on display has prompted comparisons to Neil LaBute, but Colaizzo’s dialogue isn’t nearly as punchy. Still, there’s promise in 'Really Really' — if only because the show holds your attention just as you hold your nose."
    Elisabeth Vincentelli for New York Post

    "It’s hard to fathom what convinced the estimable David Cromer to direct 'Really Really.'"
    Erik Haagensen for Back Stage

    "The play accelerates to its mesmerizing conclusion."
    Robert Feldberg for The Record

    "A shallow, manipulative tale of millennials behaving badly"
    David Cote for New York Time Out

    "A bitter brew that goes down smoothly, thanks to talented actors and David Cromer’s typically sensitive direction of them."
    Michael Sommers for Newsroom Jersey

    "Has a crackling intensity that is perfectly realized in Cromer’s relentlessly forceful staging and the solid performances from the young ensemble."
    David Rooney for The Hollywood Reporter

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