What the press said about playwright Dave McCracken:

"FEVER is well worth the time of a theatre-goer in search of some intellectual stimulation."

"Thoroughly compelling."

"FEVER is fascinating and important..."

"Dave McCracken's new play Fever is an ambitious and thought-provoking philosophical drama; its deep probing of the essential nature of humankind surprised me and made a significant impression. The arguments are heady and fascinating and inspiring. It is greatly to McCracken's credit that he takes us through such a difficult and fundamentally unsolvable problem with as much insight, clarity, and elegance as he does. The ending McCracken gives his play feels a little subversive, but it's also timely and resonant. The deep inwardly-directed thinking that Fever pushes its protagonist through is potent and necessary stuff; the ideas contained in this surprising play make it well worth the time of a theatre-goer in search of some intellectual stimulation. "

Martin Denton, nytheatre.com review - 5/21/2008

"Fever has some compelling notions on cosmic good and evil."

Marc Miller, Back Stage review - 5/22/2008

"...a hothouse eroticism dominates Macbeth in the Other Room, Dave McCracken’s adaptation
of Shakespeare’s play at the Dionysus Theater. The tiny theater becomes a claustrophobic mirror
of Macbeth’s mind, as if his dark thoughts and troubled conscience had furnished the room.”

Rachel Saltz, The New York Times - 7/28/2009

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