Grace BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
October 4, 2012
Closing:
January 6, 2013

Theater: Cort Theatre / 138 West 48th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

GRACE follows a wide-eyed young couple as they start a new life in sunny Florida, with big plans to open a chain of Gospel-themed motels. An agitated neighbor and a condo exterminator complete the eclectic foursome, as destinies collide in this intensely funny, thrillingly suspenseful journey to the edge of your seat!

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Grace

    Faith, Doubt and All Sorts of Scars

    Ben Brantley

    October 4, 2012: Even standing stock still, this guy vibrates with discomfort. It’s as if he’s paralyzed by cramps, not so much in his body but in his mind. Sam, who’s been scarred all over by life, has come to mistrust the world. And because Sam is played by Michael Shannon, we trust in his mistrust so deeply that it hurts. By the way, his instincts aren’t wrong.

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Grace

    Broadway 'Grace' deeply thoughtful, crisp

    Mark Kennedy

    October 4, 2012: The play "Grace" opens at the end, which is to say a final, terrible scene that leaves no loose ends. Someone is holding a gun. There are bodies on the stage.

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  • AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF Grace

    Grace

    Matt Windman

    October 4, 2012: Craig Wright's "Grace" makes for an insightful comedic drama that explores religious faith from several different perspectives - at least whenever it's not straining to be a bizarre and awkwardly constructed thriller.

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  • HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW OF Grace

    Grace

    David Rooney

    October 4, 2012: “I’m not a knower, I’m a believer,” says Steve, the chipper evangelical Christian played by Paul Rudd in Grace. Adopting the same aggressively amiable fervor whether he’s pushing a real estate deal or tub-thumping for the Lord, Steve represents that hazardous distance between faith and reason. That’s one of many complex philosophical issues explored by Craig Wright in his thoughtful 2004 play, given a lean and muscular production by director Dexter Bullard and a high-caliber four-person cast.

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Grace

    Fine cast in darkly comic drama

    Linda Winer

    October 4, 2012: A wide-eyed evangelical couple has moved to a cookie-cutter Florida rental to open a chain of gospel hotels, the pitch being, naturally, "Where would Jesus stay?" The exterminator is a kooky German codger who says "skedaddle" and "okey-dokey" before spraying toxins. And the next-door neighbor is a depressive computer genius who appears capable of eating his own face off, if only half of his face had not been ripped away already in a car accident.

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