Twigs and Bone Reviews
Washington City Paper- Highly Recommended
"...Spears is not just an actor and director, but an actor’s director who elicits intense performances out of her castmates and herself: The stage blood and piss might be fake, but the sweat is real. This immersive production is so committed to the visceral naturalism of Antone’s script that I was often surprised that I did not detect the odors of rot and bodily fluids. In sticking with the play’s naturalism, it’s hard to tell where her direction ends and assistant director Mundy Spears’ fight choreography begins."
DC Metro Theater Arts- Highly Recommended
"...Twigs & Bone is not the first play to put a make-believe baby on stage, but it may be the most hair-raising. This particular phantom infant, conceived by playwright Tiffany Antone, figures prominently and paranormally in a gothic family drama now premiering in a chillingly terrific Nu Sass production at Caos on F. Inside that minuscule gallery space, Nu Sass has squeezed genuine theatrical legerdemain and told a gripping ghost story that explodes in your brain."
MD Theatre Guide- Highly Recommended
"...This play won’t be around forever and seating is limited. Make it a priority to treat yourself to brilliant acting and a memorable tale before “Twigs & Bone” is gone—and with it, your chance to unlock its secrets."