“…Catching Heaven is rich, warm, and utterly satisfying. It speaks to choices and mistakes that connect and separate us, as well as the human will to repair itself. This is a wonderful debut from a first-rate storyteller.”
“Sands Hall is a wonderful writer, full of soul and feeling.”
Sands’s produced plays include an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, and the comic-drama Fair Use, which takes on the controversy surrounding Wallace Stegner’s decision to “borrow” the writing and life of 19th century writer Mary Hallock Foote in his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Angle of Repose.