REVIEW: Ken Ham's Journey ... | Know Theatre of Cincinnati | Cincinnati Enquirer

Clearly, this is a plot that pits good guys versus bad, nut cases versus reasonable. But it’s to Tatum’s credit that we’re rarely sure which is which. At first, we think we know. But Tatum doesn’t let us – or them – off the hook quite so simply. There are no black-and-white solutions to ideas and theories as complex as these.
As with most collaborations between Tatum and director Bridget Leak, there is a certain unruliness to this show.
... as with every production by Tatum and Leak, there is more than enough substance to keep our minds working well after the final scene ends.
— David Lyman, Cincinnati Enquirer, December 5, 2016

Trey Tatum

Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA

I'm a displaced hick from the Alabama Gulf Coast where I slept under haunted train bridges, repelled on high-rise condominiums, played on heavy machinery, got lost in gator-country and discovered hidden oases. As a result, I write plays and music about the dirty, magical underbelly of this world. I currently live in Cincinnati, OH with my wife, Director Bridget Leak.