Here are some highlights from critic Michael Grossberg’s take on AVLT’s new production – Jane Eyre: A Memory, A Fever, A Dream… “Thoughtful, moving… Beautifully acted and intelligently shaped… Jeff Horst projects marvelous depths and nuances… an ambitious and emotionally rewarding exploration of a darker and more ambitious classic.” Read it all here: http://avlt.co/janedisprev1
To learn even more about the creation of this production, be sure to check out Mr. Grossberg’s article from a couple of days ago, in which he interviews director Acacia Duncan, playwright Daniel Elihu Kramer, and our Jane, Robyn Rae Stype. Check it out: http://avlt.co/janedispprev1
Lisa Much, theatre reviewer for Columbus Underground, doesn’t seem like a fan of the novel, but had this to say about AVLT’s production, “Acacia Leigh Duncan masterfully captains this production into a seamless show… Collectively, AVLT creates a show that captures the audience in its beauty and may sweep them away…” Read it here: http://avlt.co/janeundrev001
I must tell you though, my favorite review so far came from Mr. Artie Isaac. On Facebook, he wrote, “Oh, the opening of JANE EYRE was magnificent. I’d never read the book. After last night’s Available Light Theatre performance, I could dream it.” Beautiful. Thanks, sir.