Our production of Labour of Love gets a Reader mention in The New York Times 'Upon Further Review: Readers Tell Us What Deserved to be Top Ten' - Thanks Elaine!
I saw many plays in New York, London and the D.C. area where I live. But the best — for enterprise, relevance, and acting — was “Labour of Love.” The small Olney Theater in Olney, Maryland, was the only American theater company to import James Graham’s political comedy. It is about the Labour Party from 1990 to 2017, with many parallels to American politics. ELAINE SHOWALTER
Wall Street Journal's Terry Teachout gave our production of Richard II some love in his 'Best Theater of 2018'!
"In addition, top-flight classical productions were thick on the ground, foremost among them Davis McCallum’s gender-bending Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival version of “Richard II.”
Olney Theatre Center's production of Labour of Love made Nelson Pressley of The Washington Post 'Best of Theater 2018' List:
"James Graham’s political comedy, “Labour of Love,” with Julia Coffey delivering one of the year’s most dashing performances as a career political operative."
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