Reviews for "Camino"

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette review by Chris Rawson

“…the story is clear, strong and impassioned.”


“…a poetic metaphor that helps us understand, or at least come to emotional terms with, the coercive and largely secret practices carried out in our name.”


“…scenes of imagination and poetic insight.”


"Camino" is ambitious in its staging, with some impressive projections”



From the City Paper review by Robert Isenberg


"“Camino is courageous...”


Martin’s “...dialogue is smart, sharp and witty, not to mention spoken in three languages.”

 “...excellent casting, which includes more than a dozen actors.” 


From Appalachia Today


“As Brilliant and Brief as a Shooting Star”


“There are beautiful poetic moments that only theatre can deliver, and hilarious if chilling moments when the irony in the situation is nearly unbearable.”


“The story of a flock of migrating birds that has lost its way is a bit of theatre genius woven into the narrative.”


“Camino exceeded my expectations in every way.”


“The Hiawatha Project crew turned a dance rehearsal studio at 5530 Penn Avenue into a black box, built a set that folds up and fits into a closet, lined up about 75 chairs for the  audience, and, with a 12-member ensemble, proceeded to mount a show as good as any I’ve seen.   Anywhere.”


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