Orange, Hat & Grace OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
September 22, 2010
Closing:
October 10, 2010

Theater: Soho Repertory / 46 Walker Street, New York, NY, 10013

Synopsis: 

In a cabin in the woods, aging Orange finds her orderly life upended by a feral suitor and the reappearance of a figure from her past who's come home for a final visit. Equal parts American gothic and unlikely romance, Orange, Hat & Grace is a funny, fierce and provocative inquiry into our relationship with the natural world.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Orange, Hat & Grace

    A Salt-of-the-Earth Romance Amid Shadows of the Apocalypse

    Charles Isherwood

    September 23, 2010: Don’t ask me why two of the three characters in Gregory S. Moss’s play “Orange, Hat & Grace” are called Orange and Hat. I haven’t a clue, and I suspect they don’t either. More to the point, I cannot fathom why this dreary hillbilly romance is onstage at Soho Rep, one of the city’s more prestigious incubators of avant-garde theater.

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  • NY THEATRE REVIEW OF Orange, Hat & Grace

    Orange, Hat and Grace

    Heather J. Violanti

    September 21, 2010: "I wish I knew what to call them," says Hat one moment late into Orange, Hat and Grace, as he laments each dead bird he's found. Nature is dying, and he's at a loss for words.

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Orange, Hat & Grace

    Hats off to odd love tale

    Frank Scheck

    September 23, 2010: The suitor couldn't be more urbane -- at least in his speech. "I am wooing you," the disheveled man says to the weathered, older woman. "I am pitching woo."

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Orange, Hat & Grace

    Orange, Hat & Grace

    Dan Bacalzo

    September 23, 2010: The land is dying in the strange, backwoods world of Gregory S. Moss' Orange, Hat & Grace, now receiving its world premiere at Soho Rep. The playwright fills the promising, but uneven work with symbols and portents such as this; yet interestingly enough, the play is at its best when it instead focuses on character relationships.

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