“A Playwright to Watch: An unqualified original with rich and idiosyncratic works… A spirit of playful invention pervades Coble’s repertoire.”
“Funnier than anything on Broadway."
“Coble’s comedies are, of all things, genuinely funny.”
“Adeptly lunatic… a hoot… a superior sitcom with a conscience.”
“A tidy little gem of comic insanity. A toy box of a script stuffed with nasty jokes and outrageous situations.”
“An engaging theme, hilarious lines and provocative ideas.”
“Coble has the most astonishingly accurate – and wicked – eye and ear on society and it’s foibles of any current writer.”
“Coble creates subtle and sincere characters that spar with wit and one-liners that stun because they’re so true.”
“Coble’s zany satire boasts not only its share of bright ideas, but also frantically funny scenes.”
“Coble’s dialogue is both playful and touching and had the audience not only laughing, but nodding their heads with understanding.”
“Coble’s writing is phenomenal. The characters are completely drawn and the dialogue is chock full of witticisms that mean something.”
“Abounds with energy, humor, and provocative ideas”
“A stomach-churning, belly-laugh roller coaster ride.”
“Sly and topical with a visceral edge that cuts close to the bone.”
“Coble isn’t just lobbing cultural grenades – his satire is at once on-target and deftly comical.”
“Vivid with brilliant imagery, big laughs, and a touching relationship that you won’t soon forget.”
“Excellent. Fast-moving and manages to evoke emotion without being maudlin.”
“The laughs come early and often, the sight gags are priceless, and the brisk attitude is winning."
“Coble’s script is wickedly funny and wonderfully touching.”
“**** Coble’s gripping adaptation doesn’t pull any punches about the timeless struggle to balance freedom and security.”
“A sharply funny satire… terrific.”
“The entire audience was laughing hysterically… don’t miss this play.”
"The furious, funny work is an insightful cutting criticism of our consumerist, text-addicted age.”
“Shocks and surprises, and in a most brilliant and entertaining way.”
“A tender, beautifully written play, all the while offering clever lines that are caustic when warranted and humorous when needed most.”
“Coble’s taut script continually finds drama and subtle tension in the story.”
“Both tender and achingly funny, what makes Coble’s play more than a steady stream of laughs is its piercing honesty.”
“A dark, riveting story that will inspire post show discussions between parents and children."
"Coble reveals considerable flair for creating interesting characters and giving them dialogue that sings and stings in equal measure."
"Tender yet heartbreaking… Coble creates a great sense of urgency with only two visible characters.”
"A wickedly witty comedy of manners mixed with slapstick farce.”
“Coble's show is filled with both witty and guffaw-producing dialogue."
”Judging by the knowing and frequent laughter from the audience, Coble is on to something.”
"Coble has a knack for capturing the our cultural zeitgeist… It’s all ridiculously fun.”
"Surreal, humorous, poignant and shocking, this play is wholeheartedly recommended.”
"The absolute funniest show that I have seen in a long time... the cranberry marinated chicken was also, as always, moist and delicious."
“Eric Coble’s hilariously funny, psychologically astute portraits hit home with rib-tickling acuity.”
“Coble’s work is a tour-de-force with physical and verbal comedy to spare.”