The reviews are in! Fool for Love is not to be missed!

“Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love Inaugurates McQueen & Company” — CVNC, Jeffery Rossman

“If Fool for Love is an example of the quality of the productions that are to come from McQueen & Company, then they certainly will have a very long and successful run in our community.”

“‘Fool For Love’ is a fascinating look at sexual desire, family secrets.” — N&O, Roy Dicks

“As Eddie, Ryan Ladue gives a breakout performance, making the most of the character’s charm, bravado, menace and passion. His extended drunk scene toying with Martin is the show’s highlight. Diana Cameron McQueen’s May has energy and determination…The opportunity to see one of Shepard’s best works makes the production easily recommended.”
 

Fool for Love Is a Promising Start for New Theater Troupe McQueen & Company –Indy Week, Byron Woods.

“Joshua Mardrice Henderson was strong as Martin, the hapless local swain who gets caught up in this three-way, long-term emotional tug of war. He’s the odd man out in a intriguing cryptogram of relationships. Recommended.”

“McQueen & Company’s First-Rate Cast and Crew for Fool for Love Really Deliver”–Triangle Arts and Entertainment, PAMELA VESPER AND KURT BENRUD

“Andy Hayworth has assembled a first-rate cast and crew, and he has made some strong choices that make this production particularly special.”

“McQueen & Company’s Inaugural Production, Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, Shows Promise”–Triangle Arts and Entertainment, Dustin Britt

“Diana Cameron McQueen captures the dichotomy of May — apprehensive young girl and fiery, mature woman. Ryan Ladue, as the wayward Eddie…delivered a credible and heartfelt performance. Joshua Mardrice Henderson gives the production’s most unfaltering performance as the tightly wound Martin.”

production photos by Nieto Photography