Anne Gee Byrd in Three Views Of The Same Object

A vivid, memorable experience. …the net effect is overwhelming” – LA Times CRITIC”S CHOICE

 “A brilliant piece of theater.  …Murray’s language is matter-of-fact and smart.  A superbly fluid production”Stage & Cinema

 “Murray hits this one out of the ballpark… a brilliant script that is gut-wrenching as it is wryly humorous and savagely real, this is one impactful and vital production”EyeSpyLA

 "At the heart of this bittersweet story, however, is their suicide pact, and it is the painful (and often funny) working out of this solemn agreement that galvanizes the piece with emotional resonance while offering a haunting portrait of the grim reality faced by many senior citizens." – LA Weekly Pick of the Week

 "Intensely felt play….penned by the supremely talented Mr. Murray.  Huge credit to Mr. Murray’s writing – how does he do it?  – you’ll see bits of yourself surfacing, despite your tears and chagrin. Whooh, Boy!"Madeline Shaner, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle

“Serious, original, award-winning theatre” – Santa Monica Daily Press

“A dream cast….very worthwhile endeavor.  Honest, frank-and-sometimes-funny look at people making difficult life decisions”Talkin’ Broadway

"Sensitively written, the intricate yet always accessible piece provokes a complex response to its central moral dilemma, its strategy of mustering our emotional consideration of its issues… affords us our own evolving choices in evaluating those of the characters… it has achieved something meaningful."The Hollywood Reporter