Shutter Sisters Reviews
Washington Post- Somewhat Recommended
"...In its overlapping tales, “Shutter Sisters” put me in mind of David Auburn’s “Summer, 1976,” another two-hander about the friendship of a pair of middle-aged women that ran last year on Broadway. Despite top-shelf performances from its actors, that play, too, ceded too much space to diaristic moments of being, to borrow a phrase from Virginia Woolf. But while “Summer” mercifully confined itself to events of one season, its close spiritual sister takes a more elliptical approach to storytelling, swiveling from the loss of a dementia-addled parent to the birth of a child."
DC Theater Arts- Recommended
"...Shutter Sisters has its DC-area premiere at 1st Stage in Tysons with its stars, Deidra LaWan Starnes and Tonya Beckman, making the most of this cozy, warmhearted drama."