– the washingtonian
A present-day version of a classic Greek myth, The Minotaur is a contemporary take on love, honor, and human connection. With refreshing originality and wit, it explores how we break out of history in order to shape new stories for ourselves.
— Synchronicity Theatre, Atlanta, 2012 (Directed by Rachel May)
— Rorschach Theatre, Washington DC, 2013 (Directed by Randy Baker)
— Illinois Theatre, Urbana, 2016 (Directed by Tom Mitchell)
“90 minutes [of] ripe moments of raw emotion, well-timed zingers, topical modern references, and a world of deeply insightful relatable elements…make this one of the most unique retellings in modern theatre…This riveting new work is simply impressive beyond compare.” – DC Metro Theatre Arts
“The show comes at you with an intelligent mix of classicism and whimsy.” – The Washington Post
“A quirky, thoughtful and entertaining new play…The Minotaur achieves the rare trifecta of being touching, intelligent, and enjoyable.” – DC Theatre Scene