Reviews: What Do The Critics Think of Laura Winters' All of Me? | Playbill

The Verdict Reviews: What Do The Critics Think of Laura Winters' All of Me?

The Off-Broadway disability romantic comedy uses text-to-speech technology to connect its leading couple.

Danny J. Gomez and Florencia Lozano in All of Me Monique Carboni

The New Group production of Laura Winters' All of Me opened May 14, after beginning performances Off-Broadway April 23, and the reviews are rolling in.

Ashley Brooke Monroe directs the disability romantic-comedy, which will play the Pershing Square Signature Center through June 16.

The boy-meets-girl story follows Lucy, who uses a scooter, and Alfonso, who uses a wheelchair, as love pulls them together while their families push them apart. The play uses text-to-speech technology to connect its leading couple. The work initially premiered at Barrington Stage Company in 2022.

Read the reviews below.

CitiTour (Brian Scott Lipton)

DC Theater Arts (Deb Miller)

The New York Times (Naveen Kumar)*

New York Theatre Guide (Allison Considine)

New York Stage Review (Melissa Rose Bernardo)

TheaterMania (Christian Lewis)

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

The cast includes Madison Ferris and Danny J. Gomez return alongside Lily Mae Harrington, Florencia Lozano, Brian Morabito, and Kyra Sedgwick.

The production features co-scenic design by Brett Banakis and Edward T. Morris, costume design by Sarah Lefeber, lighting design by Reza Behjat, sound design by Matt Otto, fight direction by Thomas Schall, accessibility and disability consultation by Consultability, production accessibility coordination by Caitlin Cafiero, production supervision by Five Ohm, and casting direction by Judy Henderson, CSA. Elizabeth Allen serves as production stage manager.

For tickets and more information, visit here.

Photos: The New Group's All of Me

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