“Rarely has the unloveliness of aging been so lyrically, so weirdly evoked as in Jesse Potterveld’s Years in the Hundreds…” — SF Chronicle

“[A] sharp edge of suspense is always present… unnervingly unpredictable…” — SJ Mercury News

“Jesse Potterveld’s deliciously complex new play, Years in the Hundreds…is a devilishly intelligent piece of theatre…” — The Huffington Post

“[A]s close as it comes to ‘theater in your lap.’ Riveting, raw, and relevant…” — East Bay Express

Years in the Hundreds is a jewel.” —

“[What] makes Years in the Hundreds engaging… is the tension generated by the idea that everything you’re watching is both utterly strange but acceptably normal at the same time.” — Edge Media

“[B]izarrely entertaining…” — The Rumpus

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