"And then there’s de Fazio, whose Irene isn’t subject to the same wild fluctuations as her cast mates, but is no less fascinating. The subtleties of her hope and heartbreak are portrayed with the same level of care as every other aspect of this superb production."
"Winsome Katherine Jett as Juliet and Marianna de Fazio as a sweetly raffish Romeo are a convincing, eloquent pair of kids in love."
"In The Invisible Hand, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar masterfully distills the geopolitics of religious extremism to a series of events occurring in a small room, rapidly widening in scope from Pakistani potato futures to international high-frequency trading to suicide bombings and American drone strikes". - Read more