"Kuerzi finds a nicely textured bitterness in her portrayal of Holly, a sycophantic wheedling that curdles into barely contained rage. Her performance makes an obvious mask of certain liberal niceties, one that curls away from Holly’s veneer like brittle wallpaper and reveals a special kind of enmity. Years of thinking about Aisha spill out in this encounter, years of mental rehearsal for this exact moment. We become uncomfortably aware of how much Holly wants to be her, how much she detests her for it, how her hatred for Aisha is perhaps only secondary to her hatred for herself." -Broadstreet Review
"By herself, Jenna Kuerzi redeems the entire second act, which centers on a tribute to Woodstock. Here, she powers through three Janis Joplin tunes, thrilling with her own emotionally devastating take on “Cry Baby.” As someone that doesn’t care much for Joplin’s music (or persona), Kuerzi’s performance held me captivated in a way that the entire evening failed to accomplish."
-Jim Rutter, Philadelphia Inquirer