Honey Brown Eyes OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    January 13, 2011
    Closing:
    February 6, 2011

    Theater: Clurman Theatre / 410 West 42nd Street, New York, New York, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    Once members of a band together. Now on opposite sides of a war. Can a bond formed through music survive a world spinning out of control? Working Theater, New York's only professional off-Broadway theater dedicated to producing plays for and about working people, presents Stefanie Zadravec's Helen Hayes' Award-winning Honey Brown Eyes. Honey Brown Eyes takes an unflinching look at the lengths ordinary people will go to hold on in the face of brutal chaos. Set in two kitchens Honey Brown Eyes portrays the 1992 war in Bosnia through two encounters of unsettling intimacy.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Honey Brown Eyes

    When War Begins, Nothing Is Normal

    Eric Grode

    January 20, 2011: “War teaches you the value of an onion,” one character explains while preparing dinner in the harrowing but credulity-straining “Honey Brown Eyes.” And while the promising young playwright Stefanie Zadravec makes it clear that such values can be almost meaningless in a world where soldiers discuss the relative sexual merits of 10- versus 12-year-old girls, her shrewd juxtaposition of domesticity and atrocity very nearly overcomes the play’s narrative faults.

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