"...Each night, five gallons or more of stage blood is shed onstage. Larimer and Rilette are flying in Waldo Warshaw, who did the blood effects in New York, to handle the blood and gun choreography. And they've found a local stop-motion animation artist, Jeffrey Roche, to create realistic limbs that are hacked up."
"...If Sean Creel's cottage interior looks a bit too clean and simple, it may be because they have to wash off buckets of blood every night, provided by Waldo Warshaw, who also directs the fights and gun choreography. The appropriately simple, rough-hewn costumes are by Michelle Bohn. Be aware: Loud gun blasts punctuate the action and there are quasi-realistic-looking body parts by Jeffrey Roche."