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Hatfield & McCoy

“…mature and emotionally compelling work…” — Chicago Sun-Times

“…a troubling and fascinating allegory about passionate people who were both noble and ignominious.” — Time Out

“…ambitious writer Shawn Pfautsch really impresses by using this colorful crew to create an American revenge tragedy..” — Chicago Tribune

“…Pfautsch has his cake and eats it too, both mercilessly parodying Shakespeare — and those who love him — and creating a genuinely tragic, emotionally satisfying Shakespearean ending.” — Chicago Reader

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The Attempters

“If Shawn Pfautsch were plying his trade in Los Angeles, premium cable drama shows would already be after him. To put it in Chicago terms, Pfautsch has the gifted writer’s relish for the wondrous, incongruous interplay of sounds and words that merits a trip to the theater. To put it in Hollywood terms, Pfautsch’s style lands somewhere between HBO’s David Milch and the Oscar-winning Diablo Cody.”
                                           –The Chicago Tribune

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The Mad Men of Gotham

 ” This is the most egregious bit of flummery I’ve ever stood for.”
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Canathus

 ”Hand in hand go secrets and lies:
Though one’s the truth, they’re both despised.”
                       — the Chorus of Nymphs Read the rest of this entry »

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