"The vivacious and dynamic Eloïse Eonnet
(the only woman in the troupe) is a
memorable heroine in the title role" -- Theater Scene.net
[SeaWife] is rocking the house...with
absolutely gorgeous music and
an insanely talented young cast..." -- Broadway Box
--"The arrangements are appealing, the musicianship impressive and the performances energetic"--NYTimes
--"The show’s enchanting score and impressive musicianship make it easy to roll with the running time--SeaWife creates a lovely balance of music and stagecraft that provides a most unique spectacle"--Entertainment Weekly
"How do you hold an audience of the young and hip captive, let alone keep them laughing, wolf-whistling and hooting with delight through a three-and-a-half-hour evening fashioned from the dusty bones of 17th-century popular theater? Ed Sylvanus Iskander’s raucous production of Amy Freed’s anachronism-flaunting “Restoration Comedy” at the Flea Theater answers that question."
"I walked out of the theater tonight with my energy for theater-going restored"
These Seven Sicknesses
"(These) performers have created a show that feels above all else entertaining and fresh. That’s no small feat, considering its marathon length and 2,400-year-old roots"
"The Bats, the Flea Theater's resident company, throw themselves bodily into their characters ... the sheer physicality of the performances rivets attention"