“O’Leary’s production …brings out all the humor in Baker’s evocation of inarticulate desperation.” – Carolyn Clay, WBUR
“…O’Leary has constructed in this beautifully constructed play—a story that offers many answers but with discoveries that are the most exhilarating. The play becomes profound upon reflection of what we have just witnessed, making it an ideal play for discussion among millenials and adults alike. “ – Brian Balduzzi, ArtsImpulse
“Director Bridget Kathleen O’Leary doesn’t rush the pace, encouraging all the actors to find their way into these quirky characters. What you may discover as the lights come up is that in its own way, The Flick shines an unsparing light on what it means to win, lose, or just be caught somewhere in between.” – Terry Bryne, Boston Globe
Melissa Jesser as Rose, Nael Nacer as Sam and Marc Pierre as Avery in Gloucester Stage Company’s production of THE FLICK, by Annie Baker. Photo by Gary NG. Set by Courtney Nelson, Lights by Russ Swift, Sound by David Remedios, Costumes by Laura Jardullo – at Gloucester Stage Company • August 20 – September 12, 2016.