"The stakes are a lot higher and the action more concentrated in Adam Chanzit's The Great Divide than in its source, Henrik Ibsen's classic An Enemy of the People... Divide drills into its personal and social issues with an intensity that's inescapable." — Robert Hurwitt, The San Francisco Chronicle

“Brilliantly directed by Mina Morita... The large cast is thoroughly convincing and works well as an ensemble... Don’t miss THE GREAT DIVIDE.” — Jeffrey R. Smith,

“A stirring environmental thriller… rush to Shotgun Players’ smart staging of Adam Chanzit’s absorbing, torn-from-the-headlines drama The Great Divide…. one of the best Shotgun shows I’ve seen.” — Robert Hall, Piedmont Post

"Audiences will leave the theatre emotionally excited and intellectually stimulated, having felt a lot and wanting to talk about it. That’s what it’s all about, right?" — Charles Kruger, The Examiner

"Chanzit sees the complexity in every political battle, and, thus, he refuses to delineate between right and wrong." — Rachel Swan, The East Bay Express

"films don't necessarily produce the kind of gut reaction or intense debate one can achieve through live theatre" — George Heymont,

"Incendiary" — Lou Fancher, (featuring an interview with playwright Adam Chanzit!)

"thought-provoking performances" — Richard Connema,

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