The reviews are in...

For Urbanite Theatre’s production:

Apples in Winter takes an unflinching look at the collateral damage of crime.” Your Observer.com

“a superbly crafted, deeply emotional, potential tour de force.” Talkin’ Broadway

“baked with a warm dose of humanity” Herald-Tribune

“In just a little more than an hour’s running time, Apples in Winter describes the arc of a life, and the love of a mother that is unfailing despite everything. That the play manages to envelop us so fully is testament to Fawcett’s story.” Sarasota Magazine

Roxanne Fay as Miriam in Apples in Winter, directed by Kirstin Franklin at Urbanite Theatre, Sarasota, FL. Photo by Dylan Jon Wade Cox.

Roxanne Fay as Miriam in Apples in Winter, directed by Kirstin Franklin at Urbanite Theatre, Sarasota, FL. Photo by Dylan Jon Wade Cox.

And the run of Apples in Winter at Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis has been extended to Feb 3, 2019.

A detailed examination of private family trauma… By the end, we have seen all sides of this character and her heartbreak. The completed pie in front of her, she announces to the invisible prison staff: "I'm done." It's a perfect finish.” Jay Harvey Upstage


Apples in Winter

The Riverside Theatre production of Apples in Winter was named one of the Top 10 Area Events From 2018 by The Gazette.

Two productions open on January 11, 2019: at the Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis as part of the NNPN Rolling World Premiere, and as a Regional Premiere at Urbanite Theatre in Sarasota.

Apples in Winter   at Centenary Stage Company, Hackettstown, NJ, directed by Mikaela Kafka and featuring Colleen Smith-Wallnau. Photo by Chris Young

Apples in Winter at Centenary Stage Company, Hackettstown, NJ, directed by Mikaela Kafka and featuring Colleen Smith-Wallnau. Photo by Chris Young