Praise for Martha Mitchell Speaks, Shakespeare and Company
"The luxurious drapery that designer Cameron Anderson uses to cover the back wall for Martha Mitchell's apartment stays up, minus the pink-and-gilt furniture, as a backdrop for this piece as well. At first, like the black evening gown and diamonds that Noel wears, it seems incongruous for Penny's tales of missing arms and screaming burn victims. But ultimately the incongruity works, and not just because Daniel Kotlowitz's skillful lighting transforms Martha's meringue-like curtain to Penny's creeping jungles and muddy rivers. It works because this is a civilized woman, talking to other civilized people in a civilized place, about the completely barbaric and appalling acts that civilized people can commit."
~ Boston Globe