"The Invisible Hand is already in the running to be one of the most memorable shows of the season." says Brenden Kiley in The Stranger.
"There are moments, Dear Reader, when you can encounter a work that can completely revitalize your love of good theater. Such was a moment for me the other night when I was lucky enough to catch ACT's production of The Invisible Hand" writes Jay Irwin of Broadway World.
"Three men. One room. A stack of virtual money. Amazing how they can add up to a gripping tale that is so much more than the sum of its parts." raves Seattle Times reviewer Misha Bearson.
And from Seattle Actor's Jerry Kraft: "I cannot recommend The Invisible Hand highly enough. We are each every character in this play, and their world is our world, as well. The physical production is attractive and thoroughly appropriate, and the direction is as tight and resonant as the drumhead of the story. Don’t miss this show. If you ever find yourself wondering what importance the theater can have in our complex, technological and politically volatile world, this play will remind you that life is about the people who live it. You need to meet these four men so that you’ll better recognize them in your mirror."
Catch it before it closes September 28th!