Henry is nervous, a self-proclaimed liar, and compelled by some unknown force to tell us his life story along with something we don't already know. MacIvor's spellbinding head-scratcher of a one-man play twists and turns, flips and sidesteps through Henry’s struggle to grasp the meaning of life, love, beauty, death, and showmanship. Theatrical, enigmatic, funny, moving, profoundly provocative, and not to be missed.
Choose a DateJune 2013
Kerry Reid, Chicago Reader Read Full Article
"Michael Moran turns in a superb performance as Henry... Everyone who experiences Here Lies Henry will come away with a slightly different interpretation of what is actually happening. You may want to see this play multiple times with different companions, getting a unique perspective each time."
Chicago Theater Beat Read Full Article
"Moran’s complicated and complex characterization lends the play an immense emotional believability...well-paced and varied, while maintaining an organic momentum. The journey is gut-wrenching and disconcertingly recognizable. Henry’s haphazardly shrugged-off asides bore into your blocked weaknesses, and, for a moment, expose them raw."
Newcity Stage Read Full Article