For Brief chronicle, books 6-8:

“The production is simultaneously joyful and devastated…Chronicle creates an atmosphere of indeterminacy and sudden apparition where unmatched possibilities can and do fit.” - critic’s Pick, helen shaw, timeout ny

“What better way to celebrate LGBTQIA+ Pride Month than with a conscience-rocking queer play” - derek mccracken, broadwayworld

“Absurd, engaging and frequently flat-out surprising, Brief Chronicle, Books 6-8 is a tasty mouthful of downtown theater…Genders bend, time warps, roles reverse and sobriety teeters in this contemporary and contemplative ghost story from the expansive imagination of playwright Alex Borinsky and director Augustus Heagerty.” - derek mccracken, broadwayworld

“Director Augustus Heagerty keeps the lyrical, expressionistic script moving at an energized but never rushed pace…The entire play feels a bit like a fever dream, as though everyone is themselves but somehow not themselves, and are in familiar places that feel unfamiliar.” - adrienne sowers, the reviews hub

For FAUST 3...:

New York Magazine's Approval Matrix

"this is experimental, Brechtian, political theater done right, with every millisecond of the hour-long performance packed with nuance and perspicacity." 

- StageBuddy

"It was refreshing, then, to see a play that dispenses with elegant critique of the president in favor of a gloves-off battery." 



“...the production consistently engages through Gus Heagerty’s precise, energetic direction, which focuses on the characters’ foibles and weaknesses.”

- The News & Observer