After 2 consecutive Standing Ovations on Opening Weekend, Homefree receives its first review from LA WEEKLY and its a RAVE:
"In her program notes for Homefree, which is getting its world premiere in director Michael Matthews’ ravishing, high-velocity production, playwright Lisa Loomer writes about seeing the hoards of hippyish panhandlers headquartered in Ashland’s Lithia Park as she attended the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. “Who are these kids?” she asked.
"Her answer is this affecting days-in-the-life dramatic composite that focuses on a trio of thrown-together street comrades with nothing left to lose who live for today in an America where they have no future."
"Breezy (a compelling Gabriela Ortega) is a teenage runaway whose four-month pregnancy by a molesting stepfather serves as the narrative’s ticking clock."
"A topnotch cast and production values make it a seamlessly lustrous ride"
-Bill Raden, LA WEEKLY
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