BACKSTAGE WEST
Critic's Pick

-Travis Holder

It's as though Martha Clarke discovered a previously unknown time-traveling play by Samuel Beckett and collaborated with Blue Man Group to create "Eternal Thou."
Full Review Here.

LAIST
-Mia Bonadonna

Impressive mess of aesthetic brilliance... sophisticated, precise and densely choreographed... McCray culls unexpected emotion through his work.
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KCRW, OPENING THE CURTAIN
-Anthony Byrnes

Matt McCray takes Buber’s binary philosophy and melds it with the 0’s and 1’s of the digital age. Sounds like heady stuff, right? It is and that’s part of the joy of the piece... [McCray] distinguishes himself with Eternal Thou as one of the most inventive and, pardon the pun, plugged-in theater makers in LA.
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LA WEEKLY
-Steven Leigh Morris

In many ways, Eternal Thou is a 21st-century answer to Czech playwright Karel Apek’s 1920 sci-fi play R.U.R. [It has]... many ideas that circle around each other more than they interlink: privacy, cyber-bullying, ownership of data, memory, essences of perception, what we can find in the pattens of stars in the sky... it aims to fathom the mind of God.
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LA STAGE TIMES
Feature Article

-Amy Tofte

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HOLLYWOOD PROGRESSIVE
-Dick Price

...the issues it discusses are critical to our society, the multimedia pageantry is utterly engaging, and, hey, you’re sitting there reading this review on an online publication over the Internet, so you’re a member of its target audience. You better see it.
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June 6 - 9, 2013

Thursday @ 7:00 p.m.
Friday @ 8:00 p.m.
Saturday @ 3:00 & 8:00 p.m.
Sunday @ 3:00 p.m.

South Coast Repertory

655 Town Center Drive, PO Box 2197
Costa Mesa, CA 92628-2197
Plan Your Visit

TICKETS Buy Now

Thurs (preview):
$15 general

Fri & Sat eve:
$35 general, $25 student/senior

Sat & Sun matinee:
$25 general, $20 student/senior