The Sound Inside Reviews
DC Theater Arts- Highly Recommended
"...Don't you love a good book? Do you sometimes feel like reading, but choosing a book and committing to sitting and turning pages (or scrolling screens) seems rather an undertaking, not to mention a little lonely and isolating? Everyman Theatre in Baltimore offers an excellent opportunity to experience literature in theater: The Sound Inside. Described by Director Vincent M. Lancisi as a hybrid of book and play, this production of Adam Rapp's Tony-nominated script is akin to sitting within the pages of a novel, having it swirl around you, in the company of others, each appreciating it slightly differently."
MD Theatre Guide- Highly Recommended
"...The story moves along quickly and is fascinating to follow since there are many twists and bends in the plot leading the audience in unexpected directions as more facts are revealed by the characters. For various reasons, the audience may be sympathetic or empathetic to one or both of them in one scene only to reverse its opinion in the next as the characters and story develop. It's a dramatic roller-coaster of wit, wisdom, poignancy, bravery, and dedication to the craft of writing."