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& Martha's Vineyard Playhouse
"Performed with a diverse, multigenerational cast, the play is briskly and smoothly directed by Ms. Williams. Lighting and sound effects are superb. The set design is simple, but it looks absolutely elegant in this production. The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a fine example of a show that defies time, generation, and even genre– and manages to be highly entertaining throughout." Read the full review HERE!
"'Crumbs From the Table of Joy,' directed with unflagging grace and realism by Adrienne Williams, is about life itself — engrossing, confounding, messy — and many members of the audience may come away with a sensation that they’ve participated, in real time, in another family’s life. That’s how authentic and odd and tender the moments are." Read the full review HERE!
"This is not your usual coming-of-age drama, slogging through the years one after the tedious other. Instead, Eisa's narrative, as realized by director Adrienne Williams, creates a brilliantly visual, musical, and emotional 'mixtape,' spinning and swooping among the years, blending spoken lines with dance moves, music, and songs from soul to disco to protest anthems to tell the story." Read the full review HERE!