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THIRTY YEARS OF COLLABORATIVE CREATION, by Davis Robinson, HowlRound, 11/19/14

"We like work that is physically inventive and imaginatively staged."

BEAU JEST'S SLY, COMIC ODE TO FILM NOIR, by Terry Byrne, The Arts Fuse, 6/15/14

"Beau Jest's playful Apt. 4D offers a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the creativity and imagination of the truly extraordinary theater troupe."

BEAU JEST GOES NOIR IN CHARLESTOWN, by Joel Brown, The Boston Globe, 6/12/14

"The troupe's style is a highly physical blend of comedy and movement, leavened with the poetic and the fantastic."

BEAU JEST TURNS 30 — Davis Robinson on Moving into "Apt. 4D," interview by Bill Marx, The Arts Fuse, 6/8/14

"When it comes to fantasy, they are the real thing."

TEN BLOCKS ON THE CAMINO REAL, A Tennessee Williams Dreamscape, review by Terry Byrne, The Arts Fuse, 5/18/12

"what makes this production enchanting is Robinson's willingness to let the various moments play out almost as if we're catching them out of the corner of our eyes"

Another visit to TEN BLOCKS ON THE CAMINO REAL, review by Ian Thal, The Arts Fuse, 5/24/12

"...create[s] a strikingly heightened world."

Beau Jest Sets Up Shop on TEN BLOCKS ON THE CAMINO REAL, interview by Bill Marx, The Arts Fuse, 4/23/12

"After seeing Beau Jest's powerful 2009 world premiere production of Tennessee Williams' late play The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame LeMonde, I dreamed of a rematch."

On outer Cape, it's all about Tennessee, reviewed by John Winters, The Sun Chronicle, 9/30/10

"This year's festival gave us the world premiere of a little-known gem in "American Gothic," great to see for its historical value and fine acting."

Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival growing strong, reviewed by Sue Harrison/ Susan Rand Brown, Provincetown Banner, 10/1/10

"In "American Gothic" the couple in Grant Wood's painting of that name come to life."

The Remarkable Production of Madame LeMonde, Reviewed by Thomas Garvey,
Hub Review, 9/22/09

"Rarely do you see a posthumous world premiere from Tennessee Williams. Even more rarely do you see a remarkable production of such a premiere."

The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame LeMonde, Reviewed by Bill Marx,
The Arts Fuse, 9/19/09

"For Tennessee Williams, when the truth is wanton cruelty beauty becomes an absurdity. At least that is the impression left by the superb Beau Jest Moving Theater world premiere production of “The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame Le Monde.”

Ruthlessness Reigns in Twisted LeMonde, Reviewed by Don Aucoin, Boston Globe, 9/21/09

‘Have pity on a broken and desperate soul,’’ an anguished character named Mint pleads during “The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame Le Monde.’’

Bowdoin Theatre Prof Stages Tennessee Williams World Premiere, Article/Interview,
Bowdoin Academic Spotlight
, 9/9/09

"Davis Robinson has never been one to shy away from a cultural giant."

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