MILK Receives Strong Critical and Audience Response

Critics and audiences alike praised the U.S. Debut of Milk by Ross Dunsmore, playing now through July 30th at the ridgefield conservatory of dance.

"...the six actors create memorable, believable characters, all of whom we care about, so much so that when one of them is about to act in a way we, the audience, know will lead to heartache the thought, “Don’t do it,” easily arises."

— Geary Danihy, Connecticut Critics Circle


'The acting is so strong that the audience can feel the emotional pain of all six characters, throughout the course of the play. At the same time, there is plenty of comic relief that is delivered well, with excellent timing that never detracts from the central dramatic beauty of the story."

— Sean Frank Fallon, Broadway World


Audiences also raved:

"It was very moving"

"The level of acting was phenomenal."

"There was a great balance of heartfelt emotion and the comic relief"

Opening weekend is sold out, and there is extremely limited availability Fridays and Saturdays. Thursday performances on July 20 and 27 have just been announced and have good availability. Don't miss Thrown Stone's debut — get your tickets today!


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