“Give "Brill" a 98, with a bullet, plus four stars and two thumbs up. This is one satisfying show, lovingly brought to life by an array of talented individuals. Wells' nifty two-player script about a well-seasoned tunesmith and his would-be protege is sure to be picked up by other theaters looking for a stimulating show of their own to produce. “ -- The New Monitor
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“This script could easily work as just another whimsical odd-couple play. That would have been okay. But “Brill” transcends all that. It takes us to a sacred place, where music is conceived in love and heartache and pain and joy and despair and hope. Always hope.” -- The Detroit Examiner
National New Play Network Showcase Finalist.