"Powerful scenes... impressive"

There are several powerful scenes in Sarah Bierstock’s play “Honor Killing” when you can almost sense the entire audience holding its collective breath and reacting simultaneously during the play’s world premiere at Florida Studio Theatre. Bierstock, an actress making an impressive debut as a playwright, has crafted a tightly wound drama about New York Times reporter Allisyn Davis investigating an honor killing — the death by stoning of a young woman in Pakistan by members of her family because she did not marry the man they chose for her. It’s a tragic story that has a deeper meaning for Allisyn than it may for the audience.
— Jay Handelman, The Herald Tribune