In review

There have been so many wonderful comments about the production and cast of Other Desert Cities. We want to share some of them with you.

And from the entire cast and crew

Thank you for coming to the show and sharing your thoughts with us.

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Photos are by Lucy Pearce.

Go see this. Tonight. Or tomorrow. Andrew Grenier shows himself a master of two crafts, as he directs and appears in this superbly written play. A stunning set provides a sharp, clean backdrop for the unraveling humanity of a family ready to be devoured by its own past and secrets. Shelley Hartle, David Mayer, Heather Ogilvy, and Deana Duncan round out a powerhouse ensemble that reminds us how contemporary theater should be performed.
— Michael Morgen
You and the entire cast of “Other Desert Cities” just blew it away tonight! Wow! That was the best performances I’ve ever seen at WICA. Thanks to all the cast and crew. Don’t miss this show, folks!!!
— Claire Moore
 Brooke Wyeth played by Deana Duncan.  Photo by Lucy Pearce

Brooke Wyeth played by Deana Duncan. Photo by Lucy Pearce

 Lyman Wyeth played by Andrew Grenier.  Photo by Lucy Pearce

Lyman Wyeth played by Andrew Grenier. Photo by Lucy Pearce

We were riveted and SO impressed...masterful.
— Jill Sheldon and Dakota Stone
GO SEE IT! Its wonderful!
— Kim Dunkley Wetherell
BRAVO!!!!! “Other Desert Cities” at WICA now through February 28. Totally awesome performance last night by Deana Duncan, Shelley Hartle, Heather Ogilvy, David Mayer, and Andrew Grenier. Absolutely the best evening of theater I have seen for a very long time! Script by Jon Robin Baitz is absorbing, set magnificent, direction masterful, stage management impeccable, the whole production astounding and riveting. BE SURE TO SEE IT!
— Rebecca Cleary
I don’t do a lot of posting on facebook but the play that I saw at WICA tonight is worth commenting on. Andrew Grenier (director and actor) as well as the rest of his cast were incredible tonight! The play is “Other Desert Cities”... Tonight was opening night so plenty of time but you might want to see it more than once!
— Nancy Nowlin