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"an absolute masterpiece of
LaCroix’s creative work, whether as an actress, writer, executive producer, or producer, embodies the reality of a modern woman.
“I’m not reinventing the wheel” says LaCroix. “But I’m telling stories how I’ve seen them.
My history has boiled itself down into these things; it’s my reason for doing female dominated work. I’m a black kid from the suburbs of Texas living in Brooklyn making original art. That’s a whole thing in itself.”
"A dark horse of a show, Sinners handles difficult and weighty subject matter with originality and flair. Combining existentialism and whimsy with discussions of violent oppression and subjugation, it seems an unlikely marriage, but somehow it works"
- THE REVIEWS HUB
"there is also something rather wonderful about a Golden Globe-winner mounting a passion project in a former bus depot in W10. That’s the sort of offbeat spirit that keeps London theatre going"
- THE STANDARD
"To find poignancy and power in such a ubiquitous childhood story is a remarkable feat and the ensemble cast handle its weight of tradition with sensitivity... a highly engaging watch."
"Excellent performances from an unimaginably cohesive ensemble make Your Alice a mesmerizing theatrical experience. Fans of the novel will enjoy this new, if dark, take, while those less interested in Carroll will appreciate the current of psychodrama that rolls beneath its surface."
"The production was first class. The play’s visuals were excellent, and both the costumes and the actors’ characterizations did justice to the illustrations by John Tenniel and the original characters themselves."
"And while Alice Liddell and Charles Dodgson are convincingly and vibrantly resurrected by British actors Eliza Shea and Luke Antony Neville (Shea is, truly, a brilliant Alice), the real star of this production is Aken-Tyers’ writing. Haunting, imaginative and surreal, her central question is endlessly fascinating."
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