Review On Daniel's Husband

John Paul King

Non-Registered Critics

The talented players receives sure-handed guidance from director Simon Levy, who never allows the characters to be anything less than human.

“Daniel’s Husband” goes from being light-hearted to heart-breaking over the course of its two acts, reminding us along the way of the practical benefits of marriage and offering a grim warning against the hubris of making a choice based on philosophical principal when the real-world stakes are so high. This Los Angeles premiere production drives home its points without equivocation, but what makes it must-see theatre is that it does so without losing sight of the love story at its core.