"...artfully directed by Katie Chidester, creating two worlds separated by time but connected by story" - Postscript Productions

"The meditation of what Strindberg could possibly mean to us … is it’s charm. And Katie Chidester's direction was one big reason why." - LA Weekly, Pick of the Week

"...director Katie Chidester has all the right instincts in knowing where stridency is appropriate, and in mounting a production that could hardly be more compelling." -Signal Tribune, Long Beach

"And when she ramps up the audience interaction in the second piece there’s no stopping her, especially under Katie Chidester’s sharp-edged direction." Jordan R. Young.

"Katie Chidester provides skilled, clear, and often inspired direction, keeping up the pacing and expertly holding all of our focus though both acts." - Long Beach Post

"...directed by Katie Chidester with all the sensitivity and passion the play requires. " Long Beach Gazette

"It’s a quirky, intense little piece shifting back and forth in time, and slightly confusing at first. Only a highly skilled director like Katie Chidester could pull it off; somehow she juggles it all brilliantly.

"[Katie Chidester] is not afraid of the silence which this play needs to feel believable, and her use of theatricality, though reserved, helps elevate the play's most transcendent moments." - Long Beach Post

"Kudos to Chidester for so successfully and imaginatively enlarging the scope of the show" Orange Curtain Review

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