The first run of The Spectre of Death, my heavy-metal comedy, is in the books, and the critics liked it! Here’s the Lehigh Valley Press:

“Barnett writes wryly, glibly and humorously about the foibles of fame and its often corrosive effects on the psyche. Barnett’s often laugh-out-loud funny play is a bit of a cautionary tale, and not only for aspiring, or expiring, old rockers.”

And the Lehigh Valley Stage:

“An original comedy that is humorously quirky with unexpected twists.”

I got to see two performances and was proud and honored by what the Crowded Kitchen Players were able to do with this play.