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    What the popular press had to say...

    "If not quite a great play about the decay of the American Dream, this is certainly a timely, touching and sometimes harrowing black comedy."
    Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph

    "Shrewdly observed’s a pungently contemporary piece, in which the emphasis is on mood rather than plot."
    Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard

    "This play pumps out an old-fashioned message about aspiration, communal values.
    Quentin Letts for The Daily mail

    "Possesses energy but lacks direction."
    Ian Shuttleworth for The Financial Times

    "Although D'Amour registers the solitude and despair of the innercity suburbs, she only briefly relates that to the broader picture of American decline...In addressing America's problems, D'Amour deals with symptoms, not causes. "
    Michael Billington for The Guardian

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