of An Unseasonable Fall of Snow
NZ Herald: "The twist in Gary Henderson's short 1998 mystery is just the right level of difficult ... With slicked ash-blond hair, pin-stripe blue shirt and drawn demeanor, Michael Hurst as Arthur looks like an inspector in a Scandinavian detective novel ... Hurst keeps Arthur nicely close and guarded, while Richards' Liam is a nervous and flickering counterpoint"
Lumiere Reader: "Hurst is stirring and enervating as Arthur, and the text really relies on him to keep the play moving along in the first half ... Hurst keeps it interesting ... a great play ... with two great performances"
Theatreview: "an intriguing psychological study of the innermost private depths of the human condition ... It is not unseasoned with humour either, acerbic and cynical as it is ... Hurst maintains an impressive degree of truth in his portrayal of Arthur"
Keeping Up with New Zealand: "Hurst's portrayal of Arthur is worthy of a classic crime drama ... we are introduced to ... big philosophical life questions ... An Unreasonable Fall of Snow is a fabulous unravelling of the personal psyche"