“Shining in Misery” floats by for two hours on a wave of cheerful and catchy songs, a talented, high-energy cast of actors, and a barrage of jokes both silly and sublime. You’ll float too." - Rob Thomas, The Cap Times
"From "Carrie" to "The Bazaar of Bad Dreams", Shining in Misery a King Sized Parody, covers it all. People from Castle Rock, Derry, and even as far away as Jerusalem's Lot, are raving about this amazing show!" - Broadwayworld
"The show is a tour-de-force of writing, with performers and technical resources more than up to the challenge. It's a load of fun."- John Chatterton, Talkin' Broadway
"This show has more clever puns than “It” and “The Stand" have pages, and almost all of them land directly on your bag of (funny) bones."
"If all the plays are even half as good as this one, we’re going to need to lobby to make WPW an annual event." - Aaron R. Conklin- Madison Magazine
"Aided and abetted by Mark Eugene-Garcia’s lyrics, Andrew Abrams’ expansive and sophisticated score channels musicals galore, in a gleeful pastiche that simultaneously tilts toward the operatic, while also suggesting a Wagnerian orgy of folklore and myth, replete with horror-laden leitmotifs and ghoulish grace notes.
For all the mayhem and murder, the dominant note at the performance I attended was laughter; I’ve never – and I mean never – heard more of it while watching a show on the Playhouse stage. Gloriously campy and loaded with sight gags, Shining in Misery had the audience in stitches, yours truly very much included."- Mike Fischer, WPW Backstage
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