"A luminous musical memoir that celebrates and laments the elusive radiance of a shared life. The luxuriant, sentimental-cool folk rock music sweeps into galvanizing eruptions of passion and existential anger. And the sound of Ms. Bengson wailing like a banshee as she considers the mangling trap that is love will echo in your ears for days to come...
"The Bengsons offer luminous hope that a new generation of talent in American theater is taking up Stephen Sondheim’s mantle of exquisite ambivalence.“ - The New York Times, CRITIC'S PICK (full review)
“Filled with a series of ecstatic songs that make the case for living and loving. HUNDRED DAYS shines a light in the darkness. There’s something about that way of moving through the world—chest up, heart open, irony pushed firmly aside—that feels downright daring right now.” – New York Magazine
“An arresting theater piece that bears exquisite witness both to the healing power of art and to the catharsis that can come with a shared live experience.” – The San Diego Union-Tribune, CRITIC’S PICK (full review)
“A powerful, intimate, musical… It’s the rawest kind of love story. The Bengsons transform their real-life leap of faith into an extraordinary stage performance we can all revel in." – Tampa Bay Times (full review)
“Hundred Days is ablaze with the ephemeral nature of life and love… This unconventional musical, part indie rock opera, part tragic romance, will take your breath away from the first pounding chorus to the last plaintive wail.” – San Jose Mercury News
"The overwhelming experience of Hundred Days is one of joy. The songs are catchy, propulsive, and soul-soaringly jubilant... For a musical that's so much about creating memories that last and evoke a lifetime, Hundred Days succeeds brilliantly in etching its eloquent lines and infectious melodies indelibly on the brain." - KQED Arts (full review)