Ray Wise

In bringing demystifying clarity to a work
often dismissed as a smoky head trip, this interpretation makes a compelling case for “The Tooth of Crime” as one of Mr. Shepard’s best plays (that includes classics like “Buried Child” and “True West”), and perhaps the best American drama on the cancerous nature of fame.?

- Ben Brantley,
New York Times, Oct. 9, 2006

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