Columbus Alive – Words communicate and conceal, profane and protect.
After Jenny Schwartz’s God’s Ear has flowed from Available Light Theatre’s lips to the audience’s ears, after its words have done all that and more, the enthralled observer will finally lean back and wonder how it was done.
The Other Paper – It somehow makes sense
Despite spouting dialogue that often consists of non-sequiturs, Available Light’s production of God’s Ear is surprisingly accessible. Playwright Jenny Schwartz’s words tumble through the air like trapeze artists working without a net, but we still “get” the story about a couple reeling from the loss of a child.
Indie Columbus – Words In Action At Available Light
As someone who once sustained herself on a steady diet of theatre and who now walks around relatively ignorant of such things, I’m glad to be involved again, even from the outside looking in. And I feel it’s only my duty to ask that Columbus wake up and smell the fresh dramaturgy on tap and flowing freestyle at Available Light Theatre.