In The Press – Ulysses on Bottles

What did you think of Ulysses on Bottles? Leave a comment below, and we’ll be sure to respond. If you missed it, check out all the great press we received for this American Premiere!

Boston Globe Feature on Producing Artistic Director Guy: “’He just makes work in the purest sense of creating a home for artists and creating opportunities for artists. He’s got a great energy,’ Bensussen says. ‘He’s willing to go out there and ask for what he needs and push people…He’s got so much charm and passion for what he’s doing, that in the end nobody wants to say no…'” Read more at

BroadwayWorld Review: “The American premiere featured an embarrassment of riches with Jeremiah Kissel, Johnny Lee Davenport, Will Lyman, and Karen MacDonald, all Elliot Norton Award-winners, and…” Read more at

Jewish Advocate Feature: “Of particular importance has been the presentation of Israel’s diversity. Israeli Stage had presented both Ashkenazi and Sephardi stories, but this was the first play to have a prominent Arab-Israeli character…” Read more at

NPR/WBUR Feature: “It’s a staged reading, but what a cast – Jeremiah Kissel, Karen MacDonald, Will Lyman, and Johnny Lee Davenport…” Read more at

The Arts Fuse Review: “Despite being a staged reading with scripts still in hand, the members of the ensemble were already comfortably inhabiting their roles, striking just the right balance between the tragic and comic dimensions of their characters…” Read more at

The Bay State Banner Feature: “The seasoned actor welcomed the opportunity to work with such other veteran performers as Karen MacDonald, Will Lyman and Kissel. ‘These are people whom I’ve really respected,’ he remarked. Davenport was equally effusive about Ben-Aharon. ‘Guy is fearless,’ he said. ‘He’s so smart. It’s very exciting to be part of Israeli Stage…'” Read more at

Category 2012-13 Season, Press