"a tour de force"
"Gambardella creates a character you won't soon forget."
“Best of all, in a tour de force is Evan Gambardella, first as the balladeer, there at the start to chronicle the first assassination, then as a confused, reluctant Lee Harvey Oswald, entreated by all the other assassins, to give them historical importance. When he gives himself over to his brothers/sisters in arms, we feel sorry for him. Even if you don’t subscribe to the lone gunman theory, the Oswald segment works as theater and Gambardella creates a character you won’t soon forget.” For the full review, visit http://bostonartsreview.blogspot.com/2014/10/quick-take-review-by-beverly-creasey.html