Arts Editor Dottie Ashley on DollHouse: "The tragic outcome of good intentions gone awry is etched on the face of Povinelli as, consumed by grief, he hurls his 4-foot 11-inch body out into the aisle of the theater, desperately asking where his wife has gone. The audience is visibly shaken, as Breuer's imaginative directing grabs the heart. Is it worth it to do what is considered the proper thing, or should you defy propriety and hold onto what you truly treasure?"
Dottie on Savion Glover:"There are no sophisticated shades of Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly in Glover's creatively honed style which reaches back to when slaves used rhythm pounded out by their feet to communicate across the plantations after their drums were taken away. Later, in his 40 minute solo, as Glover dances and sings "The Way You Look Tonight," he goes into a jazz waltz, with the exuberance of one who celebrates life. But then he slows the tempo like a clock winding down and collapses to the floor.
William D. Gudger on Basil Twist's La bella dormente nel bosco: "No thesaurus will yield enough synonyms for 'charming' and 'delightful' to describe Basil Twist's production of Ottorino Respighi's La bella dormente nel bosco... Among the singing cast there were two standouts: Nicole Heaston as the beautiful princess and Olga Makarina in the double roles of the Nightingale and the Blue Fairy. These two sopranos had voices made of seamless velvet..."