"A new original musical zips across Centre Stage at the Methodist Church four evenings a week, and it shows every sign of becoming a hit for years to come...Creatively directed by Graydon Gund...It's a major accomplishment to present so much history in such an entertaining way and with such deceptive ease."
-The Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror on Nantucket: The MusACKal
Great staging...Ambitious, quirky, entertaining...
Outstanding performances from a really tight ensemble of actors
-ShowScore members on Plan G
"Director Graydon Gund moves things along expertly. Players glide around the stage, acting out multiple roles at the microphone or engaged in stage business from sound effects to respites. The pace never lags. Animated authenticity characterizes the performances."
-The Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror on It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
The production, co-directed by Aaron Latham and Graydon Gund does not pull any punches...Golden Boy hits the mark artistically. Four Stars!
Listen to creative team members discuss the production on the Leonard Lopate show here !
[Gund does] a great job keeping this pot boiler moving, so that you do not feel the more than two hours of play. It is a masterful epic drama that will touch your heart.
-Club Social NYC
"A charming production"
-Times Square Chronicles
The Photo Album
"It's part theatre, part scavenger hunt, and it's great fun. I would go so far as to say that The Photo Album is reminiscent of the children's computer game, The Amazon Trail. But with much less dysentery." -New York Theater Review
"Why Go?: This interactive multimedia show is an exciting, experimental new approach to immersive theater. We’re forecasting a trend."
Letters from the Mezzanine
"This stimulating experimental production is sure to be one of the more unique experiences offered this year."
"It was truly enjoyable, easy, and interactive." Indietheaternow.com