"Power’s poeticized, episodic account of how Malcolm X learned what he learned, and how he became what he became, ultimately adds up to an engrossing portrait of the activist as a young man."
— The Boston Globe
"A fully-realized artistic exploration of a moment in time.
A verbally and visually poetic invocation of
Detroit Red’s thoughts and experiences.
Whatever you call their style of theater I want to see more of it.
I don’t know about Malcolm Little or Detroit Red,
but I think Malcolm X would have been proud."
"When the stage went dark, the audience sat in stunned silence
for nearly thirty seconds before applauding.
It is a rare treat to feel as though you've
taken a journey with those around you."
— Broadway World
Eric Berryman’s bravura performance comes off genuine and brutally honest.
Edwin Lee Gibson and Brontë England-Nelson play multiple characters throughout
the show displaying remarkable versatility and depth."
"Eric Berryman delivers a lasting and incredibly powerful performance."
— Jared Bowen, WGBH