Bill Lee Brown, Dorian C. Baucum, Dwain A. Perry, Sammie Wayne IV, and Kaylon Hunt in "Camp Logan'" at the Los Angeles Theater Center. Credit: Tim Alexander.

The narrative also is nicely embellished with fascinating period film footage. Rodney Rincon and Phil Buono’s rudimentary barracks mock-up is surprisingly effective, and the performances are quite good under Alex Morris’ direction.
Lovell Estell III – LA Weekly

Yet it’s impossible not to respect and admire “Camp Logan,” which recalls a too-little-addressed period in American history that sorely needs attention.
David C. Nichols – Backstage

Under the direction of Alex Morris, Camp Logan is a well-orchestrated measure of strategic and exciting story-telling.
Mia Bonadonna – LAist

The Robey Theatre Company’s superbly-acted production highlights the two strengths in the script: extraordinary character development and a wonderful sense of place. Unfortunately, the play lacks tension.
Tony Frankel – Stage and Cinema

Without a doubt, Camp Logan accurately portrays the human desire and will to fight for personal beliefs despite adverse circumstances.
Chandia Brennen – LASplash

Robey Theater Company, Sparkling City Entertainment and Juvee Productions
Los Angeles Theater Center
514 S. Spring St., Los Angeles
Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 3 p.m.; thru May 27, 2012
Tickets: $20-$30; (866) 811-4111

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