Critical praise for Bohemian Archaeology productions:


Written by David Ives; directed by Jordana Kritzer

“This amusing collection of compact one-acts features comic roles perfect for performers who love to show off! Receiving a spirited production by the director Jordana Kritzer, this show also speaks quite sympathetically to people struggling to make a way for themselves. The winning performers throw themselves into their roles, balancing Mr. Ives’s gentle absurdist tone with his Borsht Belt sensibility!”
–The New York Times (Full article)

“A cast of 8 works their funny to the bone! David Ives is one of the great verbal comic playwrights of our time: his plays require a dextrous facility with language and a childlike sense of wonder. Fortunately, Bohemian Archeology’s production doesn’t fail to deliver on either count! I laughed and laughed at the entire evening! If you want a good night of laughs head out to see this!”
–BroadwayWorld (Full article)

“Quite an enjoyable evening! A fun evening in the cozy cabaret setting of the Laurie Beechman Theatre! This is a high-spirited cast [that is] well directed in pacing and tone by Jordana Kritzer. The good-looking set design suits the colorful feeling of the writing!”

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“…Enjoy the antics of a very funny, talented, good-looking young cast who had some pretty mind-boggling dialogue to memorize. These are real plays, wacky as they are, not your typical Saturday Night Live knock-off sketches. [David Ives] is aided and abetted by an accomplished cast.”
– Curtain Rising (Full article)


Written by Wendy MacLeod; directed by Jordana Kritzer

“Bohemian Archeology knows that sin is always in. With its Off-Off Broadway revival of Sin, Wendy MacLeod’s 1994 comically cautionary tale, this young company proves that even when sin isn’t original, it can still be fun.”
– Backstage (Full Article)

“In Sin’s revival, directed by Jordana Kritzer, Bohemian Archaeology has captured the genius of MacLeod’s concept, enthralling theatergoers to the point of voluntary game show-style trivia.”
– Show Business Weekly (Full Article)

“The Bohemian Archaeology production has done an admirable job of making most of the “sins” fully-fleshed characters.”
–Curtains Up (Full Article)

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