REVIEWS

Laurie Lawson- ELJ NYC Off Broadway

 

A triumphant tribute to a woman who found her own voice

            and thankfully is sharing it with others. 

 

 

DC Metro Theater Arts - Deb Miller

An important step in enlightening while entertaining, and in bringing diverse communities together in understanding.

BroadwaySpotted

Review: Listen...Can You Hear Me Now?

 

 “It really pulls the audience into the action…absolutely seamless transition from character to character…a rich, diverse show.”

A CurtainUp Report

 

2013 New York International Fringe Festival

 

 

“Those who enjoyed Nina Raine's Tribes should check out Gloria Rosen's autobiographical show … Funny, serious, frustrating, bewildering, wise...”

NYCTalking.Com:

Show Review: Listen..Can You Hear Me Now?

 

"You cannot walk away from this show and not have been touched by this woman and her amazing family tale. Whether or not you are deaf or have ever dealt with the deaf...The story is very powerful [and] it is universal."

 

"FringeNYC: Listen...Can You Hear Me Now?

-Location, Tickets, Reviews"

 

"Gloria is not only a fantastic storyteller but also able to embody herself as a character… a masterful job of introducing the audience to a world alien to any hearing person, yet also delivering a performance and story that speaks from the heart."

Theater Review: Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival

 

"This story of family conflict was amazingly funny at times and audience members, regardless of their backgrounds, identified with it."

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INTERVIEWS

"Behind the Mic: Playwright, Gloria Rosen"

"Episode 121 – Listen… Can You Hear Me Now?"

 

"Off Deck with Lucy and Gloria Rosen"

"Spotlight On...Gloria Rosen"

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