– the new yorker
Best friends Lauren and Eliza are challenged by the onset of adulthood in this deeply felt, funny and incisive meditation on young women coming of age.
— W.E.T. at the DR2, NYC, 2007 (Directed by Josh Hecht)
“It shimmers with lyricism, gentle wit, and a good deal of wisdom…When it comes to the playwright’s ability to evoke adolescence, that twilight zone of our lives when everything that we feel is felt so deeply and unwaveringly, Anna Ziegler has few peers in writing about that time and those feelings.” —NYTheatre.com