Allison Gregory
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Reviews for Uncertain Terms

Uncertain Terms by Allsion Gregory"The world premiere production of Allison Gregory's funny, poignant, soaring script, which packs emotional nuance and relatable themes.”

"uncertain terms forces the audience to both acknowledge the merit of Gregory's work and also examine our own lives—which is, of course, the aspiration of all great art. And, with complete certainty, uncertain terms achieves just that."
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"The set-up does not begin to capture the daffy humor and overall compassion that playwright Gregory imbues in the ensuing clashes. Few plays these days attempt to create that mad cap sentiment that characterized film comedies of the 30s and 40s, or the stage plays that celebrated eccentrics like Harvey or You Can’t Take It With You. Louis Tyrrell and company have done well by Gregory’s zany yet benevolent vision."
- Florida Theatre Onstage

“Sometimes mystifying but always interesting…Allison Gregory has created characters about whom we care. Nice, nice stuff.”
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"There is something delightfully dark underneath "Uncertain Terms”.

“Flowing throughout the play are fine little textural shifts, from emotional shadings to turn-on-a-dime flashbacks. That, too, is a marvel to watch”.
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Contemporary American Theater Festival’s 5-Ring Circus, American Theatre

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'I Interview Playwrights Part 857': Allison Gregory (by Adam Szymkowicz)

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Interview with Allison Gregory and Steven Dietz, Backstage

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Interview with Allison Gregory, Austin Chronicle

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Award-winning Arts and Culture video/promo of the premiere production of Peter and the Wolf at Seattle Children’s Theatre

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The making of "Cliffhouse" by Allison Gregory from Macha Monkey.

 

Promotional video of Bremerton Musicians premiere at Seattle Children’s Theatre

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Seattle Children’s Theatre production of Go Dog. Go!


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