HERE'S WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING ABOUT FLAMINGO & DECATUR
“In ‘Flamingo & Decatur,’ a most winning tragicomedy of Vegas manners, Todd Taylor homes in on all those generally unexamined aspects of the fabled city...Under the shrewd direction of Kevin Christopher Fox, both the play, with its echoes of Sam Shepard’s ‘True West,’ and the company, deserve a big welcome mat.”
"Funny and smart...If you spend some of your leisure time staring at decks of cards, you’ll immediately intuit that the author knows whereof he writes."
--Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
“A solid, surprisingly sweet world premiere production from Arkansas's Block St Theatre...Kevin Christopher Fox's cast knows how to find the jokes without losing the pathos.”
"Block St Theatre Co, under the stereotype-free direction of Kevin Christopher Fox, persuades us to invest our emotions in the fate of these desert desperadoes...an auspicious ante to a new year."
--Mary Shen Barnidge, Windy City Times
“[Jason] Shipman is outstanding as a man who is in complete denial about his state of existence..[Stephanie] Bignault, too, turns in a brilliant performance.”