...one moment Minor will be playing Richard Nixon... in another the electric Derry will be a chanteuse with hypnotic powers.”
-Helen Shaw, VULTURE
“An experience that no one has asked the right questions for,” exclaims Avery (an ethereal Tsebiyah Mishael Derry), who, along with the Smiling Tuxedoed Man (an impish Lori Sinclair Minor), helps Walker convey a sensuous evening filled with the promise of mutability, an existence without the restraints of what our skin color binds us to.
—Jose Solís, NY TIMES
"Mike's uber-intelligent, upper-middle-class, African-American wife Kate (superbly played by Tsebiyah Mishael)... falls all over herself to be gracious to Margie. Kate is the closest thing to a sympathetic character in the play and Mishael deftly navigates Kate's subtle and not-so-subtle qualities, providing the only reasonably objective voice in the story. "
-Peter Danish, BroadwayWorld