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The Verdict Reviews: What Do Critics Think of Grey House?

The new thriller play stars Tatiana Maslany, Laurie Metcalf, and Sophia Anne Caruso.

Sophia Anne Caruso, Alyssa Emily Marvin, and Millicent Simmonds in Grey House Matthew Murphy

The reviews are rolling in for the new thriller play Grey House, which opened on Broadway May 30, after beginning performances April 29 at the Lyceum Theatre. Reviews, which are traditionally released the evening of opening night, were held until June 1 so that critics can see the full company (Tatiana Maslany was out sick).

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Grey House follows a couple whose car crashes on a mountain and subsequently seek shelter in an isolated cabin with somewhat unusual inhabitants. The play, a thriller, is written by Levi Holloway, in his Broadway debut, and directed by two-time Tony winner Joe Mantello.

Leading the show are Laurie Metcalf, Tatiana Maslany, Paul Sparks, Sophia Anne Caruso, and Millicent Simmonds. The cast also includes Cyndi Coyne, Colby Kipnes, Alyssa Emily Marvin, Eamon Patrick O'Connell, Winsome Brown, Emma Safiyah Haeri, Mia Sinclair Jenness, Claire Karpen, Daniel Reece, maErin Rosenfeld, and Luca Thomas.

Read the reviews here.

Broadway News (Brittani Samuel)*

CitiTour NY (Brian Lipton)

The Chicago Tribune (Chris Jones)*

The Daily Beast (Tim Teeman)

Deadline (Greg Evans)

Entertainment Weekly (Emlyn Travis)

New York Sun (Elysa Gardner)*

New York Theatre Guide (Joe Dziemianowicz)

New York Stage Review (Frank Scheck, David Finkle)

The New York Times (Jesse Green)*

The Observer (David Cote)

Queerty (Matthew Wexler)

Theatrely (Joey Sims)

TheaterMania (Zachary Stewart)

Variety (A.D. Amorosi)*

Vulture (Jackson McHenry)*

The Washington Post (Peter Marks)*

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Playbill will continue to update this list as reviews come in.

The production has scenic design by three-time Tony winner Scott Pask, costume design by Emmy nominee Rudy Mance, lighting design by seven-time Tony winner Natasha Katz, sound design by Tony nominee Tom Gibbons, hair and wig design by Katie Gell and Robert Pickens, makeup design by Christina Grant, musical supervision and a cappella arrangements by Obie winner Or Matias, movement by Ellenore Scott, casting by David Caparelliotis and Joseph Gery, and general management by Foresight Theatrical. In a rare move, Andrew Morrill is the production's director of artistic sign language.

Production stage management is handled by Juniper Street Productions, with William Joseph Barnes serving as production stage manager and Michael Altbaum serving as company manager. Grey House is produced by Tom Kirdahy and Robert Ahrens.

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