Anatomy of Gray Reviews
On Stage Los Angeles- Recommended
"...Our narrator, heroine, fifteen year old June takes us back to hear the story of a girl who looks a lot like her! The actors are all fully committed and with unrestrained energy. They deliver the presentational text in two short acts. I asked the director, Ben Martin, what attracted him to this play. He said he likes a story and that this one from 2006 has community appeal. This play certainly tells a story and there are moments in this production that will appeal to the community, much as community theatre has done for years."
Stage Raw- Somewhat Recommended
"...The playwright’s selection of themes — the root cause of intolerance (fear), a woman’s right to choose (June’s mom is pregnant and hasn’t the financial resources or the will to raise the child) and the portrait of a young girl who’s just begun to carve her own path — make this a story of substance for a youthful audience."
"...Ben Martin‘s direction achieves a compelling and dynamic play, translating the poignancy of the script effectively with humor and a maze of emotions to engage the audience."