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Epsilon Productions presents

Crystal Springs

by Kathy Rucker

" acutely intelligent play about cyberbullying... highly recommended."
★ ★ ★ ★ Independent [Read the full reviewe here]

"The acting of the all-female cast is of a very high standard and excellent in places."
★ ★ ★ ★  WhatsOnStage [Read the full reviewe here]

"All of the actors impress... Subtle conversational scenes brim with subtext: mere words contain catastrophic power, Rucker shows us. Weapon-like words, wielded in particular by girls, can wound – can kill."
★ ★ ★ ★   The Upcoming [Read the full reviewe here]

"Epsilon Productions’ take on Kathy Rucker’s Crystal Springs encapsulates many of the issues discussed, in a singular, gripping narrative."
★ ★ ★ ★ Female Arts [Read the full reviewe here]

"An all-female tour-de-force that hits with hurricane-like impact from the opening scene... the only thing ‘Crystal Springs’ needs now is a longer run." Tolitas Musings [Read the full reviewe here]

Press from the San Francisco production earlier this year:

“Intriguing. Powerful.” KQED San Francisco

“Terrific! Crystal Springs will stay with you.” San Francisco Theatre Blog

“Beautifully written. Sharply directed. Thought-provoking.” For All Events

“Do you have teenagers? Then you must see this show!” Audience Member


Reviews for Epsilon's previous production, Skin Tight, at Park Theatre:

“Director Jemma Gross draws out rich performances, It's a top class production, right through”
★★★★★ What's On Stage

“The action here requires trust between the two actors on a level which is quite staggering. This is a consummately professional and exceptional production on every level.”
★★★★★ London Theatre Guide

"Haunting,powerful & absorbing. This production will leave you with goosebumps, a pounding heart & a guilty feeling that you have just witnessed something private."
★★★★★ West End Wilma

“Angela Bull and John Schumacher give performances that are amazing. They are moving, funny, visceral and deeply engaged but necessarily supported by a physical control and skill that dazzles.Jemma Gross’s production is stunning.”
★★★★ British Theatre Guide