Ed Rampell: With its themes of alcoholism, broken families, lost loves, shattered friendships, the struggle to be an artist, et al, I suspect that Salvage would have been a fine drama without the music.
Dick Price & Sharon Kyle: Their emotions rocketing from high to low and back again, the pair prepare to celebrate this triumph with a lovemaking session they promise will drive the bed right through the floor.
Eric A. Gordon: The promised new housing and small business opportunities for those longtime residents somehow never materialized or were grossly substandard and out of public view.
Dick Price: What rivets you to your seat, though, and leaves you laughing out loud when you’re not shedding a tear is the marvelously electric way the story is staged.
Eric A. Gordon: Theatergoers watching Colin Speer Crowley’s new play will have to decide for themselves if the current occupant of the White House has topped Harding on the scandalometer.