The Weekly Dig
"...[a] burning, immediate piece of work that demands to be seen and heard."
"...the strength of [Theatre on Fire's] purpose is not to be messed with."
"Of course, none of this would be remotely affecting if it weren’t for Darren Evans’excellent cast and their big, accusing eyes. Ensemble’s the key in Race, and these guys know how to play off each other—whether it’s across the chasm of the audience or nose to nose in a corner of the stage."
The Boston Globe
"...you're not about to sit back and experience the Theater of Complacency."
"...you couldn't ask for a peppier presentation than that conceived by director Darren Evans... "
"...Evans's playlist is inspired throughout... "
"...an experience meant to pull you into the action...a bold experiment, carried off with commendable conviction."
"Director Darren Evans...hits the nail squarely on the head."
"Each sitting on two wired-together milk crates, the spectators are about chin-level with the stage, and lines and action explode everywhere --- sometimes with actors standing behind chain-link fences at both ends of the space, sometimes standing or sitting in corners of the square donut, sometimes seated with the audience itself. It is, after all, ourselves that are on display here."