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The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow

Written by: Rolin Jones
Directed by: Jackson Gay
Cast: Michael Cullen, Linda Gehringer, Julienne Hanzelka Kim, Ryan King, Remy Auberjonois and Eunice Wong
Synopsis: Jennifer is just an average girl who re-engineers obsolete missile components for the U.S. Army from her bedroom. Afraid to leave her house, yet desperate to find her birth mother in China, she uses her technological genius to devise a new form of human contact.

What the critics had to say.....

CHARLES ISHERWOOD of the NEW YORK TIMES says �Mr. Jones, a newly hot young playwright whose career is now steaming along, will surely soon learn that a flight of fancy, however bold, is never as rewarding as a journey through the challenging maze of real experience.�
NEWSDAY says "A deeply odd creation that justifies an impressive amount of tongue-in-cheek, sci-fi claptrap with enough strangeness and charm to make a nuclear physicist proud."
MICHAEL KUCHWARA of ASSOCIATED PRESS says "Makes for a vivid, highly theatrical and even emotional evening of theater."
MICHAEL FEINGOLD of the VILLAGE VOICE says "Jones's script is full of intelligence and compassion as well as charm."

External links to full reviews from newspapers

New York Times
Associated Press
Village Voice

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