Their Eyes Saw Rain may have an all too predictable and tragic trajectory, but it’s a trip worth taking.
Pauline Adamek – LA Weekly
Their Eyes Saw Rain is an investment of the emotional kind, with characters that grab your attention the minute they appear on stage, creating an atmosphere of dread and hope.
Raquel Sanchez – Playwriting in the City
‘Their Eyes Saw Rain,’ directed seamlessly by Justin Huen, opens in a world that from start to end is a touch ethereal, yet contrastingly raw and real.
Andrea Kittelson – LA Examiner
Nevertheless, Their Eyes Saw Rain is a wonderful Twilight Zone science fiction thriller, with wonderful performances, by a very exciting cast.
Joe Straw – Joe Straw #9
Other reviewers have reacted considerably more positively than this one to Liang’s play, and it should be noted that these last two weekends of its run are a by-popular-demand extension into the New Year. Ultimately, though, Their Eyes Saw Rain ends up too abstract and avant-garde for this particular reviewer’s tastes.
Steven Stanley – StageSceneLA
THEIR EYES SAW RAIN
Company of Angels
At the Alexandria Hotel
501 S. Spring St., third floor, dwntwn.
Fri.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 7 p.m.
EXTENDED THROUGH JANUARY 13, 2013
Tickets: (323) 489-3703
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