The Habit of Art received the "Helen Hayes Awards Recommended".
The show has been awarded from a panel that attends theatre plays. This award entitles the winner to the use of the "Helen Hayes Awards Recommended" logo, in order to support the show promotion.
In fact the logo has been added on the Studio Theatre site, on the
page dedicated to "The Habit of Art": studiotheatre.orgHERE
you can find the list of the shows which received the award and among them "The Habit of Art"!
And...we have another review on washingtonian.com
"As much as the play explores art, it also looks intimately at sexuality, a subject Bennett appears to be growing more comfortable dealing with. Both Auden and Britten are revealed to be gay, although Britten, like Bennett, is far less comfortable with what that actually means. And one of the play’s most poignant moments seems to touch on both subjects, when the Australian “rent boy” (Randy Harrison) Auden has taken an interest in expresses his longing to understand what the other two men are talking about, instead of being excluded from art. “There’s always someone left,” he says. “You all have a map. I don’t.”