What are the Critics saying?

35MM: A Musical Exhibition


Around Town Magazine

"Kelly Johnson's innovative choreography turned the musical, at times, into a radical dance recital infused with emotional content."

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Miami Art Magazine

" . . . this show’s fusing of multiple disciplines creates a unique live experience. It’s one which will deepen your appreciation for the potentialities of musical theater – and instill you with hope for its future."

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Next to Normal


Talkin' Broadway

"Measure for Measure Theatre's presentation of Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey's Next to Normal treats mental illness with all the respect, sensibility and honesty it deserves. The result is a captivating and thought-provoking production that perhaps will help you to consider loss, grief and pain in a new way."

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Berkshire Fine Arts

"Matherson wrings every ounce of passion, pathos, wry humor, vulnerability and sensitivity from the talented six-member cast."

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Florida Theatre On Stage

"It’s triumph in the midst of tragedy, and the message is loud and clear."

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Sun Sentinel

"Sabrina Lynn Gore has one of her most challenging roles to date as Diana, and with intensity, humor and passion, she rises to the occasion."

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More Chatter about Measure for Measure

Sabrina Lynn Gore (Actress)

“Professional, daring new theatre company with a fresh vision.”

Chris Gacinski (Drummer)

“The hardest working theatre company in South Florida. World class team that loves a challenge. A company I will always do work for when they ask. The next big player in the South Florida theatre.“

Bill Hirschman (South Florida On Stage)

“Measure for Measure is a fledgling company with minimal resources but considerable courage and an admirable bent for challenging youth-oriented work.“

Mindy Leaf (Around Town Magazine)

“(Y)our experience will be first rate!”

Aaron Krause (Berkshire Fine Arts)

“Matherson, whose college degrees include one in theater, said he remained resilient despite the hurricane and its effects.“

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