The reviews are in! THE GOSPEL OF LOVINGKINDNESS “resonates in age of ‘Black Lives Matter,’” is “passionate, painful, powerful [and] poetic,” and has “a savage, breathless, you-can’t-peel-your-eyes-away edge.”
Faye has served as the co-producer of PHT mainstage productions since 2000. As an actress, she most recently appeared in the PHT productions of The Story, Bel Canto, Boesman and Lena and [sic] and served as co-director of the PHT production of Mr. Bundy. From 1995 through 1999, she served as dramaturg for the Guthrie Theater working on over a dozen productions including Crowns directed by Tim Bond, Summer and Smoke directed by David Esbjornson, The Magic Fire directed by Libby Appel, and Thunder Knocking on the Door, directed by Marion McClinton. As an actor, Faye has worked extensively at the Guthrie Theater, Penumbra, Mixed Blood Theater, and Illusion Theater. Nationally, some of the many stages on which Faye has appeared include: Circle in the Square in NYC, Center Stage in Baltimore, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Faye is an alumnus of the Salzburg Seminar. She has also served as a panelist for the McKnight Fellowships for Theater Artists and as a literary reviewer for the NEA/TCG Theater Residency Program for Playwrights in 1997. Awarded the August Wilson Fellowship to study Dramaturgy and Literary Criticism, Faye received her graduate degree from the University of Minnesota.