There is great pain here and actor-writer Teresa Catherine is pitch-perfect in moving between fury and frustration to sadness and grief. Her movements, and the channeling of emotions likely felt by Lucy in the incident’s aftermath, are not only believable, they feel authentic... It’s a masterful performance.
This wonderfully crafted adaptation will move you both emotionally and physically, although it may not be the best production for the faint of body and heart... There are strong performances from Brutus (Oliver Palmer) and Sicinius (Teresa Catherine), the rabble rousing senators and schemers who move to overthrow the celebrated general.
Named one of the best performers of 2015 for Lorai (The Mage Knight of Eternal Light) and Marie Antoinette (The Revolutionists)
The character of the dethroned diva functions in The Revolutionists somewhat as a cartoon, all self-absorbed and imperious though her reign is over and her head’s about to roll... Teresa Catherine’s silly-elitist portrayal of the fading royal, her pockets full of pretty ribbons, is great fun to watch.
Seth Rosenke and Teresa Catherine (Laertes and Lorai Silvertree) are hilarious in their utter commitment to these roles dressed in dramatic pleather, [and] hold up under a barrage of sword fights... a touching and entertaining piece of theater.
All of the actors give convincing performances... Catherine makes Andy a believable woman with a realistic balance of personal and professional conflict... You don’t need to be a devotee of legal or prison dramas to appreciate this intelligent, emotionally involving drama.
Teresa manages to maintain her air of intelligence and care for a vast majority of the show... The scenes with the two women were intriguing to watch and the concept is quite interesting.
After Unlocking the Universe is the evening’s broadest and most entertaining comedy... that features an enthusiastic performance by Catherine...
After Unlocking the Universe... showcases the transformative power of attitude changes... allows Willow a full and gratifying picaresque discovery.