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REVIEWS

Stalag 17



... powerful, gripping new production ...
... well worth a look ...
... fine supporting cast ...

- D.C. Theatre Scene


... deeply committed ensemble ...
... carefully crafted mood ...
Director William Aitken ... keeps the very large ensemble as a whole interacting at pace and with clarity

- Metro Weekly


... American Century Theater ... has brought [Stalag 17] to crackling life...
... engrossing yet fast-moving production ...
The entire cast has its moments providing surprise and enlightenment...

- Talkin' Broadway


Producing director Sherri L. Perper and director William Aitken
capture the spirit of the movie and stage productions
Great set by Anndi Daleske and 40’s costumes by Rip Claassen
Big, big cast including Nazi guards make this “Stalag 17” compelling

- Rich Massabny's Reviews


Director William Aitken keeps up a quick pace... [and]
creates a vivid sense of animosity and camaraderie in his talented ensemble
...vividly re-creates [the] uncertainty [of the Stalag] and the men who survived it...

- Washington Examiner


excellent set by Anndi Daleske
the company keeps the volume and energy up

- Washington City Paper


The American Century Theater is reviving the play in all of its original grittiness....
Jon Townson...[is] an intriguing character right up to the harrowing conclusion
Tony Bullock...takes full advantage of the contrasting elements in his character....
Bill Gordon...shows the strain of leadership well...
Director William Aitken...keep[s] embellishments to a minimum...a wise choice...

- The Alexandria Gazette