Reviews and Quotes
"Marie-Claire Erdynast, in a rock-solid performance"
Barry Willis, San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle-- All My Sons
"If you attend the superbly presented, directed and acted Role Players’ production of Arthur Miller’s "All My Sons" at the Village Theatre in Danville, you will have the good fortune to see one of the most thrilling productions this year."
Charles Jarrett, Rossmoor News--All My Sons
"Assistant Director Marie-Claire Erdynast worked closely with [Dawn Monique] Williams to keep this cast running full throttle and the many costume changes on cue."
Vince VMedia-- Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
"Here sits a beautiful, smart leading lady — and the audience is practically swayed to tears thinking: please don’t end up like your mother."
John Darling, Ashland Tiding-- Fragments
"With exuberant performances by a cast of 20, a revolving set, flashy sword play and saucy plot twists, “The Rover” is as alive and vital as it was when it was written in 1677"
Ashland Daily Tidings -- The Rover
"Ruffiana (the tart) was played by Marie-Claire Erdynast. I’ll note that I’ve known MC for years at REP, and I didn’t even recognize her in this role. A wonderful performance, especially in the adolescence scene."
Observations Along the Road -- A Company of Wayward Saints