Charles Isherwood of The New York Times reviews the production of Our Town recently opened at the Barrow Street Theater.
“Watch your toes at the wonderfully intimate production of Our Town that opened at the Barrow Street Theater on Thursday night. Here come Howie Newsome and his horse, Bessie, delivering the morning milk, and you may be sitting right in the middle of Main Street.
Most regular theatergoers have probably paid at least one visit to Grover’s Corners, the fictional village in New Hampshire where Thornton Wilder’s classic play takes place. But you’ve probably never been as friendly with its citizens as you are likely to become at this modest but highly rewarding production, directed by David Cromer.”