"The script's way with language is often stunning. The cast's finely timed interactions in word and deed bounce between being achingly human and highly stylized with nary a hiccup. This thing is a real kick to watch."
"If you know how Hamlet ends, you still don't know how Red Hamlet ends."
"[Red Hamlet] was the best show I have ever seen in the Fringe. I have never seen a show blend [so] well the various theater and movement styles show perfectly into a wonderful top notch show. This version of Hamlet really showed a different side that I have never thought of before. I really hope to see this group in next year’s Fringe Festival." - Rachel Reiva, Twin Cities Daily Planet 8.15.2011
"In a typical theater experience, an imaginary fourth wall stands between
the stage and the audience, separating the worlds of fantasy and reality.
Red Theater Omaha's "Newfangled" took a wrecking ball to that wall and replaced it with a mirror, blurring the lines between performer and audience, fact and fiction. And it did so 30 times over."
It was about the gritty realism of being a theater major. Here. Now... All I can say is don't mess with these kids or they will stick your nose in it. That is the essence of theater."
"I'm not going to waste time discussing lighting or sound or any of that nonsense, because "Red Theater" is not about that. It's about obscenity, nudity, honesty and poop..."