“quietly shaking up American theatre since 2009”

THE GUARDIAN

“One of New York’s best nontraditional companies”

THE NEW YORKER 

“the standard-bearers of contemporary theater-making”

– LE MONDE

“a poetic evocation of our mostly unspoken — and un-called-upon — dependence on one another.”

THE NEW YORK TIMES on THE FEVER

“bold and daring …a ritual that taps the sacred and the profane, the essence of human existence.”

EXEUNT MAGAZINE on THE FEVER

“Simple but sublime … The show alerts us to the awesome strangeness, and the utter ordinariness, too, of being alive in the here and now.”

NY TIMES on THE RECORD

“Just when you think you might be getting a little cynical about the theatre … think about 600 HIGHWAYMEN.”

THE NEW YORKER on EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

“The Record explores the nature of being human, of being at all, … To touch, to feel, to breathe, to see: it is an intense moment of being present and of being in this all together.”

– EXEUNT MAGAZINE on THE RECORD

“As real as a rodeo”

AMERICAN THEATRE MAGAZINE on THE RECORD

“I wish to hear anything that 600 HIGHWAYMEN has to say… the company’s guilelessness is central to its beautiful art…600 HIGHWAYMEN want to re-wire your theatregoing DNA”

THE NEW YORKER on THIS GREAT COUNTRY

“there’s nowhere to hide in this latest production by the rising young theater company.”

NY TIMES on EVERYONE WAS CHANTING YOUR NAME

“A New, Post-Recession Take on a Sacred Text”

WALL STREET JOURNAL on THIS GREAT COUNTRY

“marathon performance [with] immense profundity… it [gives] back in spades.”

L MAGAZINE on THIS TIME TOMORROW

“Pointing to an exciting direction for theater/performance.”

CULTUREBOT on THIS GREAT COUNTRY

“Delicate tricks up their sleeves.”

NY TIMES on THIS TIME TOMORROW

“rediscover the sense of possibility… between spectator and actor.”

BROOKLYN BASED on THIS TIME TOMORROW

“Best of 2010”

L MAGAZINE on THIS TIME TOMORROW