"Each [actor] is given space and language to dazzle in the tidy confines of Frank J. Oliva’s stonework set, lit by Barbara Samuels, in playful, slightly silly costumes by Dina El-Aziz."

~Alexis Soloski on Spindle Shuttle Needle in The New York Times

 

The entire ensemble "comprises a veritable greatest hits of indie theater."

~Loren Noveck in Spindle Shuttle Needle in Exeunt

"Zoë Geltman is the other [best thing about CHASE], for her delicious comic turns as a smart but daffy Financial bank employee..."

~Laura Collins-Hughes on CHASE: What Matters Most in The New York Times

 

"the actors are lively and distinct"

~Alexis Soloski on PIONEERS #goforth in The New York Times

 

"Now Geltman, with expert mastery of Burke language, delivers what could be considered to be a never ending sentence that touches upon all things but most importantly, some things, and also most importantly, all things..."

~Ariel Stess on PIONEERS #goforth in Culturebot

 

"Geltman is never out of breath, not really, because she has too much to tell us..."

~Ariel Stess on PIONEERS #goforth in Culturebot

 

"Geltman speaks, relentlessly (and I’m talking about a very satisfying kind of relentlessness)..."

~Ariel Stess on PIONEERS #goforth in Culturebot

 

"all the actors fill their roles with a commitment and specificity"

~Olivia Jane Smith on Evelyn in New York Theatre Review

 

"The actors are uniformly excellent"

~Andy Horwitz on Evelyn in Culturebot

 

"Zoë Geltman offers comedic relief"

~Jackie Danziger on CHASE: What Matters Most in Stage Buddy