“Working with Sheri was a dream. Not only is she a talented playwright, but an experienced actor, and, as such, had incredibly helpful insights ….”
Jesse Geiger, Hangar Theatre/Dramaleague Director
“…Graubert’s monologue, reminiscent of Helen Mirren’s bravura monologue in Peter Greenaway’s The Cook, The Thief, His wife, and Her Lover…Sheri Graubert’s raw emotions, underplayed to perfection.”
Matinee Magazine
‘In a nuanced performance by Sheri Graubert, Alice is the epitome of anodyne eloquence – her soothing cadence and measured, self-assured gestures nearly a parody of all those “viewers’ choice” gurus that flood PBS during pledge week.’
“The funniest among the relationship plays during these first two programs is Sheri Graubert’s Magnolia Day..” Washington Post
“Sheri Graubert’s Gerry, set during World War I, is involving and thought-provoking, and features excellent direction by the author”    NYTheatre.com


BOTTOM LINE:  Our highest recommendation! A white-hot enactment of the imagined relationship between  the two most notable women in JFK’s life, and POTUS himself, mixing sex, politics, and passion in an incendiary theatrical combination. 


– NYTheatreGuide