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Residents of Craigslist: Press
"From comedy to despair, optimism to anger, this ensemble manages to bring the “world” of Craigslist to crazy, chaotic life. ERA has taken a risk that has paid off in an undeniably entertaining, off-the-wall piece, and the most “negative” thing I can say about it is that I wish it were running longer. As I publish this, there’s only one more chance left to see this outrageously innovative show. If you get a chance to meet The Residents of Craigslist, you really should."
"An enthusiastic, capacity crowd filled the cozy AlphaBetaClub on opening night, just a block away from legendary St. Louis landmark Crown Candy Kitchen in Old North St. Louis. ERA, with its debut production of Make Hamletand now the offbeat, off-kilter Residents of Craigslist, has earned a distinction as a most welcome addition to the local theater community."
"The show is part Miss Lonelyhearts, part Lord of the Flies, and part Winesburg, Ohio (by Sherwood Anderson), and as funny and horrifying and sharp and overwhelming as it is touching and just plain weird. I loved it."
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