The Buzz

Piece of My Heart

One of the top regional productions I have seen.

Shirley Lauro Playwright

Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)

Delta Giordano, in a completely fetching performance, plays Constance as brainy but self-thwarting, afraid of the passions to which she is entirely enthralled.

Quinton Skinner City Pages

The Most Massive Woman Wins 2009

this show was so worth it! i just sat there wanting to laugh and cry because all of it was so true and terrible at the same time. it sounded like they were writing about my life! life of all women. it was really powerful that they were so beautiful but yet dealt with the same issues i do. that says so much about our society and womens' issues. a great glimpse of the life of a woman for men to see too!

brenda atkins The Most Massive Woman Wins

Boy Gets Girl

"Theatre Unbound stares without flinching at the destruction of a woman's life, in a world where the innocent aren't guaranteed safety..."

City Pages

Brilliant Traces

Emotionally charged performances plus conceptually intriguing writing = a great theatre experience. I know what I need to do with that particular pair of shoes now also ... thanks!

Jill Johnson Brilliant Traces

10 Virgins

...passionate and romantic...most definitely thought-provoking.

William Randall Beard Minneapolis Star Tribune

Unraveled

...messy, honest and painful - a bit like life at these points.

Ed Huyck City Pages

Simply Gerta

Theatre Unbound looked at the possiblity and potential of my words, where I could be, rather than where I had been. That's a rare and honorable artistic choice.

Carol Critchley Playwright

Girl Shorts 2014

Now bigger and better!

Sheila Regan City Pages

24-Hour Play Project 2004

Guaranteed to depict females as wearing their brains a hell of a lot higher than their brassieres.

Dwight Hobbes Pulse of the Twin Cities

The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women

Stacey Poirier steals the show as the most ferocious of the feminists.

William Randall Beard Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Love Talker

Riveting.

William Randall Beard Minneapolis Star Tribune

Quilters

You are telling my mother's and my grandmother's stories!

Audience Review

The Most Massive Woman Wins (2009)

A must-see!

Debra O'Connor St. Paul Pioneer Press

Girl’s Got Pluck

An eye-opening and mind-broadening evening.

Matthew A. Everett www.matthewaeverett.com

24-Hour Play Project 2003

The thrill, the exhilaration, and the sense of pride and accomplishment more than make up for the fear, the doubts, and the worry. Not to mention the lack of sleep.

Betty Liedtke Chanhassen Villager

The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women

We were truly blown away by the quality of acting, the fabulous script, etc... we had a wonderful time at the show (and laughed our a$$#s off!!!)

Claire Avitable 20% Theatre Company

Julius Caesar

...the production seemed to negate the question of gender altogether.

W. Randall Beard Minneapolis Star Tribune

Motherhood Out Loud

I appreciated the way in which this production was able to take such a serious subject and balance that seriousness with humor. Particularly apt at this was actor Stacey Poirier, whose comedic timing and physical presence had a way of driving humor within her scenes. The entire cast was exemplary, and Poirier stood out.

Rebecca Halat Aisle Say Twin Cities

Boy Gets Girl

Theatre Unbound stares without flinching at the destruction of a woman's life, in a world where the innocent aren't guaranteed safety...

Quinton Skinner City Pages

Expecting Isabel

"Delightful and frighteningly funny"

How Was The Show

24-Hour Play Project 2009

Prominent local artists walk the tightrope of on-the-spot creation.

Quinton Skinner City Pages

Julius Caesar

I've seen 'Julius Caesar' three times and this is the first time it made sense to me.

Christine Johnson Audience review

Sherry’s Basement

"Blessed with a certain loopy charm."

City Pages

Broken Peaces

Theatre Unbound rides a subway to fabulousness...the narratives are compelling...Coulombe has a particular interest in the tales that new immigrants bring to this country, and several of her characters' accounts of political violence in their native lands are harrowing.

Max Sparber City Pages (May 24, 2000)