In a third production of the play, critic Robert Hurwitt wrote:

“Grant’s ‘Language as Communication’ is an hilarious tour de force of obfuscation and non-sequitur which uses language to communicate in spite of itself. The piece, a lecture by a young pedagogue, is now in its third run at bare stage. It has been restaged by [Dane] Ince as a more academic occasion and features a brilliant, subdued comic performance by James Brady. If anything, it is even funnier than it was before.” [East Bay Express]

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