July 29, 2014: dctheatrescene.com: “The Campsite Rule”

July 28, 2014: dcmetrotheaterarts.com: “The Campsite Rule”

March 4, 2011: The Washington Post: “Edward Albee Festival Starts At Arena Stage”

August 3, 2010: The Washington City Paper: “Eight Minutes (Give or Take) With the Cast and Crew of EIGHT”

July 23, 2010: The Washington City Paper: “Hip Shot: EIGHT”

July 14, 2010, The Washington Post:  “EIGHT is an Editor’s Pick!”

July 13, 2010, DC Theater Scene:  Review of “EIGHT”

July 22, 2009: DC Theater Scene: “The Teacher’s Lounge, or One Child Left Behind”

July 22, 2009: The Washington City Paper: Hip Shot: The Teacher’s Lounge”

July 22, 2008: DCist.com – “Busted Jesus Comix @ Fringe“

Jully 22, 2008: The Washington Post – “Chatological Humor”

July 18, 2008: The Washington City Paper – “Fringe and Purge: Busted Jesus Comix”

What People Say

The Campsite Rule beautifully captures this emotional dilemma in its opening moments, and continued to impress me until the end. Talented actors and hilarious writing made for an enjoyable event I am grateful to have experienced.

Lauren Katz, DC Metro Theater Arts

Eight brings to D.C. a play that’s already been audience-tested and critic-approved at no less a venue than the original Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Which might incline you to accuse them of bringing in a ringer, if you weren’t so busy thanking them for presenting this amazing piece of writing, and casting it with a group of actors up to the task of bringing Hickson’s engrossing monologues to life.”

Ian Buckwalter, Washington City Paper

“But Agents of Azeroth is a good show, and it is original, funny, and entertaining. Don’t expect to “get it,” because “it” is not one thing. And that’s closer to reality than any game of WoW”

Michael Poandl, DC Metro Theater Arts

Let’s build something together.