The Wall Street Journal
by Terry Teachout
July 8, 2021

‘Tiny House’ Review: Sustainable Satire

A progressive millennial couple’s attempt to escape the mayhem of modern-day society goes awry in this over-the-top comedy from Westport Country Playhouse

One by one, America’s theaters are turning on the post-pandemic lights, among them several top-tier troupes that are only just getting around to putting shows online. The latest, Connecticut’s Westport Country Playhouse, has just brought us a newly filmed play, Michael Gotch’s “Tiny House,” that is acted and directed with sure-footed skill and is both charming and bitingly witty—a rare and noteworthy example of a comedy filmed without an audience that comes off without a trace of awkwardness.



Tiny House Reviews

The Wall Street Journal
Terry Teachout
July 8, 2021

Two on the Aisle
Karen Isaacs
July 9, 2021

Cultural Daily
David Sheward
July 5, 2021

New Haven Review
Donald Brown
July 4, 2021
Zander Opper
July 4, 2021

Broadway World
Sherry Shameer Cohen
July 3, 2021

Luxury Experience
Debra C. Argen and Edward F. Nesta
July 2, 2021

Connecticut Post
E. Kyle Minor
July 2, 2021

Take 2
Jim Ruocco
July 1, 2021

Lighting and Sound America
July 1, 2021

Woman Around Town
Alix Cohen
July 1, 2021

Waterbury Republican American
Nancy Sasso Janis
June 30, 2021

Susan Granger
Susan Granger
July 1, 2021