"J.C. Ernst, who plays British General Robert Ross and American militiaman Nicholls, delivers some of the strongest lines in the play as he berates Key and other gentleman soldiers who come and go from the front as they please, while poor foot soldiers are killed. As Ross,Ernst also tellingly reminds Key that while the United States wants to maintain independence, it still buys and sells slaves."
-DC Theatre Scene
"Some of Pappas's dramatic exchanges are bracingly smart, especially a negotiation between British and American officials in which the moral high ground shifts several times. The acting is very good..."
-The Washington Post
"Katie Consamus, J.C. Ernst, Michael Hardart, Jordan Kaplan, Lauren Lubow, Titus Tompkins, and Neal Tucker deliver strong and engaging performances, drawing out the humor and heart of the characters they are given to play. Not only are they compelling actors, but many of them play musical instruments on stage throughout the play."
-DC Metro Theater Arts