LETTERS TO SALA: Reviews!

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LETTERS TO SALA:

The revelation of this show is the performance by Britian Seibert as young Sala. We believe every step of her journey, from the naive girl thinking “it’ll be an adventure,” to the woman she becomes keeping history and herself alive. The fact that history will survive if only a glimmer of hope is kept alive is what LETTERS TO SALA brings to a world that seems just a little darker.
— Suzanna Bowling, Times Square Chronicles
...a strong, feminine performance.
— Joel Benjamin, Theater Pizzazz
For the play to work, both Sala in her 60s and Sala as a young girl have to be credible. Weakness by either would be intolerable. Both...are extraordinary in these roles... Seibert’s Sala is incandescent in her naivete, her innocence, her will to survive and her refusal to surrender.
— Sharon Anstey, The Jewish Week

 

Read the full reviews at the links below:

Times Square Chronicles
Theater Pizzazz
The Jewish Week