"Outstanding!...The ensemble work of all six actors is seamless."
"Nina Raine’s play 'Tribes' assiduously digs into several weighty subjects in an entertaining pair of fast-paced acts...The story revolves around Billy,
born deaf to hearing parents. In some ways that’s a blessing, since the rest of the family argues, snipes and complains about each other -- and
everything else -- with apparently limitless energy and glee. When he meets Sylvia, a girl born to deaf parents who is now losing her hearing,
his life changes. He begins to show new interest in learning more about the deaf community, his new “tribe.” His old “tribe,” his family, becomes
"...you don’t have to be deaf to be unable to hear what other people say, and deafness has little to do with the capacity to hear the truth. This
is the echoing heartbeat of Nina Raine’s play Tribes, the intriguing new play at Cyrano’s Theatre Company...it is wonderful to see
Cyrano’s continue to bring engaging topics to Anchorage."