Ed Rampell: Trevor epitomizes the L.A. theatrical trend of actors with big and little screen credits stretching their artistic muscles by treading on the boards – and perhaps showcasing a production in hope that it might be picked up by Broadway, Hollywood, etc.
Ed Rampell: Some may find Michael Michetti’s direction and this often frenetically paced two-acter to be witty, with dazzling word play, expertly acted and roguishly charming. Others may consider it to be half-witty, broad, loud and over the top.
Robert Nelson: Hamilton’s film is particularly important to those who were too young to experience the period. This film defies the popular image that the ‘60s were about sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Walter Moss: What really sets these two films apart from most others is that these two encourage us to struggle with the question of how best to lead one’s life.