"...creeps up on you... you don't realise you haven't blinked until the lights come up. The final act is thrilling, almost cinematic, bringing the bubbling tensions to a head in a thoroughly cathartic manner. Skip The Revenant and see this one instead."
- The Music
“Chris Bendall’s direction is imaginative, fluent in its handling of the play’s temporal shifts and notably physical.”
- Sydney Morning Herald
“Reg Cribb is a writer whose imagination catches fire when presented with the everyday dramas and dreams of ‘ordinary’ Australians…The play is a rich exploration of character and story. The language crackles with humour, bitterness and authenticity.”
- Stage Noise
“Grant Cartwright as Thomas Murray is wonderful. Understated, focused and riveting to watch...”
- Australian Stage
"An ingenious set provides the cast a landscape filled with natural beauty and painful reminders of the past and sound design by Kingsley Reeve perfectly captured the resonances of the country life. "
- The Buzz
"An ambitious script with a beautiful ear for rural speech patterns; utterly committed performances; superb sound, lighting and design; and sensitively and tightly directed…"
- Arts Hub