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"Wonderful...HUNGRY, a work in which nothing much happens beyond some contemplative pre-dinner chatter, may well be the most resonantly topical and emotionally engaging play of this election year." Ben Brantley, New York Times " HUNGRY's] thousand acts of extreme daily realism, from chopping vegetables to the constant dance of interpersonal negotiation, amount to a kind of human politics, dramatizing, as many more 'dramatic' plays cannot, the historic conflict and consolations of living in our country right now." Jesse Green, New York Magazine " Nelson] may just be quietly building a masterwork." Linda Winer, Newsday "If you want to understand the forces driving the current presidential election, pay close attention to this play." The Daily Beast "Richard Nelson's quietly incandescent play HUNGRY, a play that feels as fresh as if it was written this morning..." Jeremy Gerard, Deadline/Hollywood ..".delivers the sort of intimacy rarely encountered on the stage." Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter.