Reviews for THE PERMANENT NIGHT (FringeNYC 2008 Award Winner)

“…A deeply satisfying emotional roller coaster, with peaks of gut-wrenching laughter and lows that bring you close to tears…Are the intoxicating effects of this play indelible? It’s too early to say, but they stay with you long after the closing scene.” – Time Out NY

“New York City’s famous blackout of 2003 is the setting for this excellent new play, written by Kari Bentley-Quinn…The play is, of course, set just two years after 9/11, and its effect still looms large on the characters as they come to grips with old grudges, open wounds and unspoken problems…all in all, a standout production.” – CurtainUp

“…this original play is having its theatrical debut at FringeNYC, and it is a surprisingly honest and appealing new work…packs an emotional and gently humorous wallop.”