Posted on January 7, 2008
Thank you very much to everyone who came out to see the play “Atoms, Motion, and the Void.” The show starring Sean Hurley as Sherwin Sleeves ended its run with wonderful reviews and a lot of conversation and reflection. It was a very special experience for me to direct such a meaningful show. Thank you again for all your kind thoughts and support. And, yes, I assure you Sherwin Sleeves will return to the stage soon.
From The Portsmouth Herald, Spotlight: ‘Atoms, Motion and the Void’ is stunning
When you find yourself calling storytellers, writers/poets, actors and lovers of literature and theater to urge them to see a new play, it’s a good indicator that something mighty fine is afoot. Add to that the piece is only stronger with every passing day as you recall segments and you know you’ve seen something special. That’s certainly the reaction to “Atoms, Motion and the Void” on stage at the Players’ Ring. This show is mind-boggling, simply boggling. Do not miss it.
From Foster’s Daily Democrat, Showcase: ‘Atoms, Motion and the Void’ offers lush storytelling, perspective on life
“Atoms, Motion and the Void,” might just be writing and storytelling at its finest. Currently staged at Portsmouth’s Player’s Ring through Jan. 6, the gravely voiced, one-man soliloquy wraps you in brilliance and shows you your own light. One only need listen to the first few lines to recognize something amazing or awful is about to become you.