IN THE NEWS
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "This beautifully crafted and intensely moving drama about the legacy of racist fear is served by a powerful cast and an imaginative and skilled director." Read more.
City Paper: "...celebrate the power of hope." Read more.
Philadelphia Weekly: "In Slip/Shot, Goldfinger asks us to consider the basis of our suspicions and the impact America’s legacy of racism has on both our individual and national identity." Read more.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "...watching Meehan play Clem in the privacy of his home is hold-your-breath provocative." Read more.
CurtainUp: "Jacqueline Goldfinger’s writing in Slip/Shot is assured and unhurried, offering heft, a feel for the South, and a good story." Read more.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "Two cheers for hookups!" Read more.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "...an emotionally intense tour de force." Read more.
Stage Partners: "...packed with gorgeous descriptive words, adjectives, adverbs strung in phrases like pearls." Read more.
Staged: "...the story this play tells leaves it’s audience both ravaged and redeemed in it’s wake..." Read more.
Philadelphia Weekly: "In a performance devoid of theatrics, Meehan holds us in his grip." Read more.
The Santaland Diaries
Run, Mourner, Run
Variety: "It's a good story: A little theater company gets hold of a script by a big playwright and proves itself entirely up to the task." Read more.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "Flashpoint is giving the play the premiere it deserves..." Read more.
CityPaper: "Tarell Alvin McCraney's Run, Mourner, Run worked some powerful magic on me..." Read more.
Philadelphia Weekly: "Mourner is a powerful and compelling production of work by a brilliant young American playwright, and a must for anyone with an interest in contemporary American theater." Read more.
Thom Weaver, Artistic Director, on Run, Mourner, Run
Courier-Post: "This is a highly poetic story that has really moved me." Read more.
FLASHPOINT ON FILM
Meghann Williams and Kevin Meehan discuss dealing with grief in Nocturne.
February 2, 2011
Director Matt Pfeiffer discusses Run, Mourner, Run.
02.08.10 - Flashpoint announces new Artistic Director. Read more.