When Is A Clock

"...there s a monologue that deserves to be enshrined in some kind of hall of fame: it s savvy and preposterous and utterly original...appealingly abnormal..."

-Neil Genzlinger, The New York Times

"Tantalizing and fascinating." 

-Martin Denton, www.nytheatre.com

The Most Wonderful Love

"Talk about taking a cleaver to the Cleavers. The mid-American family at the heart of Matthew Freeman's fearless new satire, "The Most Wonderful Love," is decidedly fractured when the play begins. By the time it's over, a complete dismemberment has been performed...as savage as any slasher film.

-Neil Genzlinger, The New York Times

The Death of King Arthur

The playwright is a 25-year-old named Matthew Freeman who has brashly tried to tell the back half of the Camelot tale as Shakespeare might have. Amazingly, he has largely succeeded, rendering the familiar story of honor and betrayal in an iambic pentameter that, at its best, is both lyrical and clear.

-Neil Genzlinger, The New York Times

Reasons for Moving

"Reasons for Moving is a dark, brooding, intimate, very personal drama about contemporary middle-aged American men in crisis. It's compelling, intense, discomfiting, even a little scary. And it marks Freeman as a writer of enormous promise, range, and maturity."

-Martin Denton, www.nytheatre.com

The Great Escape

"Freeman's writing is remarkably strong here vivid and exact and astonishingly far reaching."

-Martin Dention, www.nytheatre.com


The Americans

"...a sad, stirring, introspective piece..."  

-Martin Denton, www.nytheatre.com

Glee Club

"The kind of sketch comedy-inspired play you can't help but laugh along with." --Amanda Cooper, CurtainUp.com

"It's stylishly mean and funny, and a fine dark comic showcase for the eight actors who perform it." --Martin Denton, nytheatre.com

That Old Soft Shoe

“Quirky and foul-mouthed in a wonderful, smart way” – David Vining, nytheatre.com

“Hilariously irreverent, frenetic, and absurd... Dialogue is snap, crackle and pop.” – Cultural Capitol