From NY Theatre Guide’s Jacquelyn Claire:
“My first show at FringeNYC 2016 was the impelling and dynamic production of The Fall, and it set the bar so high that I am engulfed in a wave of glorious expectation for the next two weeks of indie theatre heaven. It is evident that an extraordinary amount of effort has gone into creating a production of this caliber and gravitas.
The Fall is a journey into descent and then resurrection through Kubler-Ross’ five stages of grief, experienced by six daughters who lost their fathers on 9/11. These “September girls” are in a facilitated support group where they share their stories in an effort to grapple with their loss….”
Read more of Jaquelyn’s review here.