Fraud & Phony Theatricals, Summer 2016
"Two entire families are destroyed by so many words on a screen in Elizabeth Archer’s astonishing play, which meditates on the anonymous violence of virtual harassment with absolute sophistication and craft."
"At its heart, Archer's play...is about the uncertainty of those with whom we share our lives."
Both Sides, Now
Source Festival, June 2015
"...Elizabeth Archer’s hilarious sendup of those couples who are just too close...Underneath the Beckett-esque humor, director Jenna Duncan finds a core that is quite poignant"
"The innovative invention underlying Elizabeth Archer’s story is too delicious to spoil. Let’s just say that this is different kind of love story that fully realizes its hilarious potential and is one of the highlights of the evening."
"Both Sides, Now seems to make the biggest statement on society...Love should concern two people, and not, a team of advisors."