"...The five skilled cast members are television-loathing radio performers at a fictional station who perform with scripts in hand in front of three old-fashioned silver microphones and a 9-foot Christmas tree. Dressed in polished midcentury garb by Glenda Barnes, they use scenic/props/lighting designer George Marsolek's mountain of props to make live sound effects, though it is unclear whether the radio show subplot is set in 2011 or in the late Forties..."
"...On the contrary, cast and crew present a good production of the original script by artistic director and first-time playwright Nigel O'Hearn, who also directs. The script itself is impressive for a playwright without much production experience, and the set design from George Marsolek – an entire attic constructed in the playing space of Salvage Vanguard Theater – is thorough..."
"...7) GEORGE MARSOLEK'S SET FOR 'THE ATTIC SPACE' (Palindrome Theatre) The set showed literal layers, and Tara Cooper's puppets were also lovely in their detail...."
"...Again, Palindrome's work on this play is fabulous. The set (designed by George Marsolek) smartly unifies the two halves of the play; the three actors give wonderful performances..."