Reviews: What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway's H*tler's Tasters? | Playbill

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The Verdict Reviews: What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway's H*tler's Tasters?

Inspired by true events, Michelle Kholos Brooks' play opened May 3 at Theatre Row.

Hannah Mae Sturgesm, Mary Kathryn Kopp, and Hallie Griffin Burdette Parks

Critics' reviews are in for H*tler's Tasters, written by Michelle Kholos Brooks and directed by Sarah Norris. The limited engagement officially opened May 3 at Theatre Row. Previews began April 14 and performances are scheduled through May 21.

Inspired by true events, the show follows a group of young women who work as Adolf Hitler’s food tasters. They grow closer as each meal presents the possibility of death. Throughout the show, the girls navigate sexuality, friendship, patriotism, and poison.

Read the reviews here.

DC Metro Theater Arts (Deb Miller)

Time Out (Raven Snook)

Playbill will continue to update this list as reviews come in.

The production features an all-female-identifying company and creative team. The cast sees the return of Hallie Griffin as Liesel, MaryKathryn Kopp as Hilda, Kaitlin Paige Longoria as Anna, and Hannah Mae Sturges as Margot, all of whom starred in the show's previous runs in NYC, Edinburgh, Chicago, and LA.

Produced by Josh Gladstone and NewYorkRep, the work includes choreography by Ashlee Wasmund, scenic design by An-lin Dauber, costume design by Ashleigh Poteat, lighting design by Christina Tang, and sound design by Carsen Joenk.

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