What the critics are saying:
"Striking...rich...charismatic-even seductive-astonishing...and just incidentally, a bout of slapstick paint-splattering goes further than any Clement Greenberg essay in evoking the cultural rage and despair underpinning Jackson Pollack's art. Recommended and Short Listed!"
-Tony Adler, Chicago Reader
"Recommended! An orgy of paint, sex, and violence that covers the stage. The nine-person cast engenders rapt attention through their captivating performances...charismatic...hypnotic...The production is dazzling...Anger/Fly will engage you almost to surfeit. "
-Keith Glab, Chicago Theater Beat
"Raucous, challenging, giddy...Tramp Antonio Brunetti dissects marriages, class hierarchies and social contracts from the fringe of his blissfully ignorant, well-to-do fellow townsfolk as they scapegoat and conform themselves to their own demise... with bubble blowers, expressionist gestures and a candy-colored kaleidoscope orgy." Selected as show of the week!
-Dan Jakes, Time Out Chicago
"There is enormous fun to be had here…the cabinet-door prankishness of “Laugh-In,” and pop songs from Simon and Garfunkel and Led Zeppelin give the show an off-kilter sensibility…goofy and enigmatic…It’s a gas!"
–Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune