“Stolowitz’ writing feels honest and authentic in its details of military life, but more importantly in its evocation of the profound”Marty Hughley, The Oregonian
“[Stolowitz’] stripped-down approach creates a more personal journey...What’s left is a story about guilt, loss and finding a way back home.”Penelope Bass, Willamette Week
“Stolowitz’s concept of telling Ithaka’s modern-day story through the framework of Homer’s epic poem is ingenious...an artfully crafted and socially relevant piece of theater.”Jonathan Frochtzwajg, Portland Monthly
“Stolowitz’s writing is hilarious and harrowing.”Patrick Brassell, Broadway World
“This is a play that investigates the grieving process... and how to find a way home after the experience of war. ”Naomi Iizuka, Oregon Book Award Judge
Canada Premiere: Havana Theater. Vancouver, BC. May 2016.
Mid-west Premiere: Infusion Theater. Chicago, Il. March 2014.
World Premiere: Artists Repertory Theater. Portland, OR. May 2013.