Wayne Stribling Jr. and Victoria Rabitcheff in "Closet Land" at NoHo Stages. Photo courtesy of The Visceral Company.

Powerfully directed, Closet Land brings a frighteningly dark story to life in a way that might be all too real.
Debbie Kagy – Tolucan Times

This 85 minute single-act two-person drama, penned by Radha Bharadwaj, and tensely directed by John McCormic, has everything a mystery-thriller needs: suspense, loathing of authority, sweaty, uncomfortable, repetitive questioning, even torture …. it leaves you squirming in your chair.
Kathee Starr – NoHoArtsDistrict

For a riveting evening of provocative intellectual horror, visit CLOSET LAND with the Visceral Company.
Richard A. Becker – Creepy LA

Indian born, American educated film maker Radha Bharadwaj’s film about psychological and physical torture translates frighteningly to the small theater setting, where the starkness of limited production values forces focus on the two actors who portray an hour of cruelty and agony.
Tom Provenzano – LA Weekly

Though the young company doesn’t hit all the targets in this difficult piece, it delivers enough of a punch to make them worth watching.
Jennie Webb – Backstage

The Visceral Company
NoHo Stages
4934 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood
Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m. June 17 through July 23, 2011
Tickets: $15 in advance and $18 at the door

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