Press

"Thanks to a sterling cast and the humor and visual gusto supplied by director Shirley Serotsky...“The History of Invulnerability” certainly serves up a superhero’s share of thought and infotainment as the play winds towards a bold, dark denouement, which suggests that, fortified by art, hope and self-knowledge, we might all have the strength to face the truth."

- The Washington Post on The History of Invulnerability (Theater J)

"Colorful and sophisticated...Thanks to an able and ethnically diverse cast, Power’s script, Serotsky’s deft touch and Pei Lee’s handsome, human-animal hybrid costumes, this “Jungle Book” becomes a lesson in acceptance."

- The Washington Post on The Jungle Book (Adventure Theatre)

"A smart…affecting meditation on relationships (gay and straight), conformism and the construction of public identity…Cannily directed by Shirley Serotsky… there’s something satisfyingly poetic about the way the play’s themes reverberate and refract."

-The Washington Post on Birds of a Feather (The Hub Theatre)

"Uproarious and unsettling...the best part of the play...is its unexpected twists: the conversational drop shots, the forays into surprisingly bad actions and...clear-eyed refusal to settle for easy answers."

- The Washington Post on Rapture, Blister, Burn (Roundhouse Theatre)

"(In) Keegan Theatre’s engaging production…Serotsky keeps things moving and emotionally credible throughout."

- The Washington Post on Working: The Musical (The Keegan Theatre)

"The tension runs high from the initial moments of director Shirley Serotsky’s suspenseful yet often funny production."

- The Washington Post on The How and the Why (Theater J)

"It takes less than a minute for the laughs to begin"

- The Washington Post on Broadway Bound (1st Stage Tysons)

"The highly intelligent acting in Shirley Serotsky’s production at Theater J is funny and aching in all the right spots...it’s a good one, and splendidly played"

- The Washington Post on Another Way Home (Theater J)

"Uproarious and unsettling...the best part of the play...is its unexpected twists: the conversational drop shots, the forays into surprisingly bad actions and...clear-eyed refusal to settle for easy answers."

- The Washington Post on Rapture, Blister, Burn (Round House Theatre)

"Managed with a savvy eye by director Shirley Serotsky...unpressured and genuine."

- The Washington Post on The Argument (Theater J)

Another Way Home, Theater J

Rapture, Blister, Burn, Roundhouse Theatre

Another Way Home, Theater J

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