The Denver Post:

"A powerful piece of theater ... . It’s a window into the past — and the present."



"We become dumbstruck bystanders of events too terrible to fully comprehend. And as the reality of what happened that fateful September night slowly sinks in, we ultimately find ourselves rendering the only verdict we’re able — a silent, absolute assent — [at] the drama’s final words: 'We’re witnesses to history. We want it told, and we want it told right.'"


"It’s a horrific, compelling, masterful story: enough to take the starch out of anyone’s collar."

The Omaha Reader:

"I can’t stress enough that this play is not to be missed. The power of this performance ... is monumental even in its starkness."