"Revel’s End is an enjoyable immersion into a magical world, not to mention a high-quality performance of The Tempest that draws upon its central themes in a unique and satisfying fashion. This young company is thinking big and pushing their audience’s buttons, and it will be exciting to see what comes next."
—Taylor Black, Theatre Is Easy on Revel's End
"The eponymous tempest was portrayed in a very simple and skilled way as a small crowd of cast members on a platform held fast to each other and kept each other from falling off. It was actually lovely, and the cast turned out to be quite an international affair...watch for [Grace Herman-Holland], as well as this international family of players."
—Daniel Neiden, EDGE Media Network on Revel's End
"Small raised stages emerged like islands from the audience, who were free to move around, dance with each other, visit the shipwreck bar, and, in my case, trip over and repeatedly bump into the actors. I loved every minute of it."
—LA Markuson, Medium on Revel's End
"Have you ever been out late dancing and drinking, only to think to yourself: Gee, this would be so much better if there was more Shakespeare right now? If so, you may find kindred spirits at Revel’s End: A Tempest Dance Party."
—Rachel Kerry, New York Theater Review on Revel's End
"Starfall may have been a display of a new medium of theater, one worth exploring and discussing far outside the venue. It may have been a really great concert that used skill and musical familiarity to bridge itself into something new and impressive. Above all else, though, it was one of the most technically impressive things I’ve seen..."
—Dan Bachman, The Wesleyan Argus on Starfall