Bullet Catchers 

Play’s Vision of Integrated Infantry Casts Women Who Saw Combat

By Dusica Sue Malesevic, Chelsea Now

Women in combat inspire performance in ‘Bullet Catchers’

By Robert Caine, Lima Chalrie News  

INTERVIEW: ‘Bullet Catchers’ follows first mixed gender infantry unit in the Army

By John Soltes, The Hollywood Soapbox

Actor Rebecca Hirtoa from NY Premiere of Bullet Catchers 

Actor Rebecca Hirtoa from NY Premiere of Bullet Catchers 

"Director Julia Sears (who co-conceived the worthy project with Maggie Moore) fuses her troops into a cohesive force, executing dance interludes with muscular grace and grit. It would be wrong not to thank them for their service." 

- David Cote, The Village Voice

"One of the most engaging, genuine, provocative, and humbling pieces of theater I’ve seen in years... it shocks you instantly from complacency with the force of its power. It leaves you changed." 

Rachel Kambury, NYC Veterans Alliance  

[Bullet Catchers] highlights women’s deep desire to serve, mirroring attitudes that have been encouraged in men since before our country’s founding. Given the current political climate, Bullet Catchers is a necessary performance.

- Teresa Fazio, Consequence Magazine

"The actors give an athletic performance to fill the space with physicality. Nothing looks accidental in a show this meticulous. Julia Sears has demanded discipline from her troops and every one of them carries their rifle with expert precision." 

- Robert Price, The Reviews Hub

"Inventive staging by director Julia Sears" 

- Asya Danilova, Theatre Is Easy

The cast of Artaud Artaud at Signature Theatre, Photo credit Kelly Stuart

The cast of Artaud Artaud at Signature Theatre, Photo credit Kelly Stuart