Hir by Taylor Mac (asst. dir.)

Bo was the assistant director to Bart Delorenzo and the Sound Designer for The Los Angeles Premier of Hir by Taylor Mac at The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble

Written by Taylor Mac
Directed by Bart DeLorenzo
Scenic Designer Thomas A. Walsh
Lighting Designer Katelan Braymer
Costume Designer Merrily Murray Walsh
Property Master and Set Dressing Josh La Cour
Assistant Director Bo Powell
Stage Manager Beth Mack
Graphic Designer Peter Simpson Cook
Fight Choreographer Dane Oliver
Produced by Beth Hogan
Starring
Ron Bottitta
Zack Gearing
Cynthia Kania
Puppett

Los Angeles Times
CRITIC’S CHOICE… Humor tips into horror and back again, a seesaw experience fearlessly propelled by director Bart DeLorenzo and his actors.” — Daryl H. Miller, Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Blade
GRIPPING, CLEVER, SAVAGE, FUNNY. SHOCKING. ROUSING TRANSGRESSIVE… sure-handed direction and an immensely talented quartet of actors… one of those unequivocally superb evenings of theater that only come along once or twice per season.” — John Paul King, Los Angeles Blade

Theatre Notes
BRILLIANTGRIPPINGLY POWERFUL… [An] extraordinary black comedy free-for-all… The cast is simply and thoroughly marvelous… theatre of the highest caliber” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

LA Splash
FUNNY, CLEVER AND OFTEN OUTRAGEOUS… explodes beyond its confines with dark humor and irreverence. The talented ensemble cast keep the story popping in unexpected and very funny ways.” — Elaine Mura, LA Splash

Messenger Mountain News
“An OUTRAGEOUS, BRILLIANT, HILARIOUS AND ENLIGHTENING evening of theatre.” — Annemarie Donkin, Messenger Mountain News

Paris/LA
WONDERFULLY DISTURBING… get your tickets now” — Barlo Perry, Paris/LA

Broadway World
DYSFUNCTION MAGNIFIED… will make your jaws drop… Kudos to the cast of four for their total commitment” — Gil Kaan, Broadway World

Ticket Holders LA
OUTRAGEOUSLY DARK TO PITCH-BLACK COMEDY… richly thought-provoking and often poetic… [a] blistering indictment of the ways our society has marginalized the folks struggling to navigate and understand our existence in these troubling times” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holders LA

Gia on the Move
A DARKLY HUMOROUS portrayal of a family in crisis… So sad is their collective condition that, yes, it’s hilarious. Except it’s not.” — Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move

U.S. Theater, Opera and Performance
FUNNY [AND] TERRIFYING… Mac joyfully and quite humorously opposes the old world with the ‘new,’ mocking both.” — Douglas Messerli, U.S. Theater. Opera and Performance

Stage Scene LA
WOW!… I relished every twisted second“ — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

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