8. “A Bright New Boise,” Woolly Mammoth
Howard Shalwitz, Woolly Mammoth’s artistic director, has a thing for plays forecasting and/or imagining the end of the world. This one, written by Samuel D. Hunter and directed by John Vreeke, is by a wide margin the best one he’s ever decided to produce. Michael Russotto, portraying a man hollowed out by life and aching to understand why, was simply superb as its agonized protagonist.
Tracy A. Woodward
The Washington Post