Critics are euphoric about the Jeff Recommended Twice, Thrice, Frice...


Twice, Thrice, Frice... now until November 10th at Silk Road Rising

In this 100-minute comedy, three Muslim women confront adultery and polygamy when one of their husbands marries a second wife. Friendship, fidelity, and faith are called into question as each woman reevaluates bonds once believed unbreakable, and discovers humor amongst the heartbreak.

“The best 100 minutes in theater in Chicago right now” - Alan Bresloff, Around the Town Chicago

"Feminist Delight", “Some of the best female characters you’ve seen on screen or stage in decades!” - Amy Munice, Picture This Post

“Fresh, funny, tender feminist perspective on issues of the heart as old as time” - Becky Sarwate, The Broadway Blog

"Polished and beautifully performed"
"Bursts with life and love"
- Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review

"Excellent entertainment value" - Jonathan Abarbanel, Windy City Times

“These three talented actresses...give every line pitch perfect affect and flawless timing" - Picture This Post

“Marielle Issa plays Samara with passionate conviction." - Chicago Theatre Review

"Catherine Dildilian’s stellar performance keeps it engaging throughout" - Chicago Tribune

"Ms. Raziq’s Khadija is both achingly sympathetic and a powerful force of wisdom and action with which to be reckoned" - The Broadway Blog

"First Class Arab Feminist Play"

"Arab Muslim women on stage represented in their most fierce, intelligent, complex ways of being in this world, especially in the context of the USA." - Dr. Manal Hamzeh, Professor of Gender & Sexuality in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at New Mexico State University.

Nicole Sieczka2019