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The Verdict Reviews: Were Critics Transported By Dave Malloy's New Musical Three Houses?

The new musical opened Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre May 20.

Mia Pak and Margo Seibert Marc J. Franklin

Dave Malloy's newest musical Three Houses opened at Off-Broadway's Signature Theatre May 20. And the critics have thoughts.

The new musical takes place during the COVID-19 pandemic, as three different people isolate in three different locations. Sequestered away from the world, they are forced to face personal demons (and some very inventive puppets). Three Houses runs until June 9.

Read the reviews below.

New York Magazine/Vulture (Jackson McHenry)* 

New York Stage Review (David Finkle) 

New York Theater (Jonathan Mandell) 

New York Theatre Guide (Caroline Cao) 

New York Times (Jesse Green)* 

Observer (David Cote) 

TheaterMania (David Gordon) 

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Playbill will continue to update this list as reviews come in.

The cast features J.D. Mollison as Beckett, Mia Pak  as Sadie, Margo Seibert as Susan, Henry Stram as Grandfather, Scott Stangland as Wolf, and Ching Valdes-Aran as Grandmother.

The production also features music direction and supervision by Or Matias, scenic design by dots, costume design by Haydee Zelideth, lighting design by Christopher Bowser, sound design by Nick Kourtides, and puppet design and direction by James Ortiz.

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Photos: Three Houses at Signature Theatre

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