"Erika Vetter, who plays her role with incredible skill and dynamism…
...The quality of the acting keeps your eyes glued to the stage. Vetter and Pande turn in markedly different but complementary performances. Pande's steady, predictable sine wave of human emotion contrasts well with Vetter's more drastic peaks and valleys. But Vetter never overdoes it, which is incredibly impressive in a rom-com-dram that has her cracking jokes, breaking down, and trembling with anxiety—all while speaking a million miles an hour.” - The Stranger
"Vetter’s hyper-anxious W is prone to overthinking, and to interpreting every assertive move from her partner as an assault. And Pande’s more patient, seemingly easygoing M is recessive to a fault at times, and overwhelmed by his counterpart’s emotional demands.
...Credit that also to the beautifully attuned actors, whose silences and eruptions, distances and intimacies are choreographed so astutely by director Henry Nettleton on a wide strip of stage flanked on two sides by audience members." - The Seattle Times
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
"Erika Vetter is a new company member and has the delicious role of Hermia, beloved and spurned by Lysander, friend then foe of Helena, plus Philostrate, master of the revels. She, too, gets to showcase her dramatic and athletic skills in that fabulous argument-fight scene.” - Durango Herald