By Donna Herman

I go so you’ll know.”

Like most of the rest of Jack Thorne’s new play at the Atlantic Theater Company, the title Sunday doesn’t really have any resonance or go anywhere.  Yes, it’s something that one of the characters talk about.  Sunday is a day he gears up for the rest of the week.  It’s the last day of rest until the next weekend.  Yeah, so what?  His saying it doesn’t relate to anything else in the play.  Nor does most of what happens in the play relate to anything else.  Some excellent acting, some excellent writing, but in the end…read the rest of my review here.

Sunday By Jack Thorne, Directed and Choreographed by Lee Sunday Evans

WITH: Ruby Frankel (Alice); Sadie Scott (Marie); Bill (Maurice Jones); Juliana Canfield (Jill); Christian Strange (Keith); Zane Pais (Milo).


Sets by Brett J. Banakis; Costumes by Ntokozo Fuzunina Kunene; Lights by Masha Tsimring; Sound by Lee Kinney; Music by Daniel Kluger; Casting by Telsey + Company; Press by Boneau/Bryan-Brown; Production Stage Manager, John C. Moore; Production Manager, S.M. Payson; Assistant Stage Manager, Colt Luedtke.  Presented by the Atlantic Theater Company, Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffrey Lawson, Managing Director.  Performances at the Linda Gross Theater, 336 West 20th Street, NYC through October 13th.  For Tickets visit: