Metro Weekly: STONES IN HIS POCKETS
While the movie [at the center of the plot, The Quiet Valley,] appears to be a fairly inauthentic class-warfare drama involving turf diggers, a precious lady of the manor and a local hero on horseback, the play’s voice rings true. And Keegan Theatre’s production, directed by Abigail Isaac Fine, delivers [playwright Marie] Jones’ dense chorale of notes and rhythms with exquisite precision.
The quick-change artistry required of Matthew J. Keenan and Josh Sticklin, each playing his share of the characters, unaided by any major changes in costuming, sets a dizzying standard that each actor thoroughly surpasses. It’s an exhilarating display.
DATEOctober 5, 2017