“Compelling … a piece of theater where the both the protagonists and the audience came out a little better. Bennett is a young playwright coming into her own. I can’t wait to see what is next.”

Fringe Day 2: A Day Full of Female Playwrights

Pittsburgh in the Round, April 24, 2016


“Captivating performance … Her portrayal of each character, with all their quirks and idiosyncrasy, were made lovable through Bennett’s seamless transition from girl to girl to girl to girl.”

Fringe Day 2: Ukrainian Dance to One Man Shows to #BlackLivesMatter

Pittsburgh in the Round, April 17, 2016


“The most incisive show I saw … Bennett smartly deconstructs the phenomenon created to assuage the egos of insecure dudes.”

Review: The 2016 Pittsburgh Fringe

Pittsburgh CityPaper, April 20, 2016


“Any of these characters could fit neatly into the opening scene of some romantic comedy, the ones in which a cute, quirky young woman is the catalyst to help a damaged, yet sensitive man get back into the game of life.”

‘Manic Pixie Dream Girl’ lets actress play four rom-com-inspired roles

Tulsa World, June 25, 2015


“Ultra-savvy … uses four distinct female characters (and a heavy dose of foolish fandango) to examine gender roles in present-day pop culture.”

What the Fringe?

The Tulsa Voice, June 2015


“When their worlds and habits are shaken, they all must deal with their new realities — some with more success than others.”

BA grad stars in Fringe production

Broken Arrow Ledger, June 9,  2015