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In Every Generation Promo

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"Performances from the ensemble are terrific, particularly those of Olivia Nicole Hoffman and Sarah Lo as sisters Yael and Devorah Levi-Katz, respectively. Both give us characters that are complex and richly layered, and we ache for them at each revelation of old hidden hurts and jealousies." 
-Otto Coelho,
TheatreStorm San Francisco
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"thanks to the refined direction of Michael Barakiva and an ace cast." 
-Lily Janiak, San Francisco Chronicle
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In Every Generation,
-Steve Murray, BroadwayWorld
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"Standouts are Olivia Hoffman as the tough cookie who gets sidelined."
-Frank Rizzo, Hartford Courant
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"Her own college-age daughter, Emily, drolly played by Olivia Hoffman, chafes under the professor’s rigid expectations for her."
-Sylviane Gold, The New York Times
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"Olivia Hoffman isn't just bossy as Lucy, she glows with entitlement, kicks and spins and grins like she's about to buy herself a queendom."
-Christopher Arnott, Hartford Courant
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"Olivia Hoffman, as Lucy, stole almost every scene she was in."
-Steve Mazzacane, Branford Seven
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"Most notably, Conor M. Hamill, playing Woodson Bull, III, turns in a remarkable performance. Hamill is quietly magnetic and yet absolutely convincing; his presence could save the evening if Third had more time onstage. The same could be said for Olivia Hoffman, as Emily, Jameson’s daughter. The best scene in the show, hands down, comes when Emily wanders into the bar where Third is working. Yes, we have marvelous dramatic irony here, but even more, we feel that we’ve walked into a wholly different, authentic world."
Brooks Appelbaum, Connecticut Critics Circle
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"Hoffman is impressively transformative in a number of roles, including a commanding angel."
-Frank Rizzo, Hartford Courant
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"The cast is uniformly excellent with most actors playing two or more roles, allowing Kushner (and Playhouse on Park) to maintain the tricky balance between a large cast of characters and a somewhat modest number of bodies."
-Jacques Lamarre, BroadwayWorld 
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"With a universally talented cast that boasts 30 plus actors, Rebel Theater, along with  Maharaj and his accomplished assistant director Najah Muhammad, have fulfilled their committment as a professional company that believes that “every person’s story has value.” 
-Ryan Leeds,
Manhattan Digest

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New York Times Angels in America Article

Boston Globe The Two Gentlemen of Verona Review

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