Bob Verini - Stage Raw
The premise of William Donnelly’s No Wake is straightforward enough — the throwing together of a divorced couple after the suicide of their long-estranged daughter. With the addition of a third character, the wife’s new husband who has come along for moral support, the action could proceed in any number of ways, most of them likely to be pretty emotional if not downright fraught.
Deborah Klugman – LA Weekly
The pivotal event in William Donnelly’s digressive three-character one act No Wake is the suicide of an angry young woman named Suki, long alienated from her middle-aged parents for reasons they’ve never understood.
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