"What is more tangible than some larger symbolism is the turmoil contained within Rooster’s existence; how he’s lived his life and his tragic current state. Rogers, an actor who’s a regular with Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, gives a compelling performance that commands attention through bombastic monologues and contemplative stares into the distance. Rooster could be a repulsive character, but Rogers gives him depth and sympathy. His brooding eyes are like a sorcerer’s, able to enchant and destroy–mostly himself."
Read Cassandra Miller's full review at Baltimore Fishbowl