"The play cleverly integrates Lewis' legacy by showing a giant wardrobe, into which Douglas disappears as he merges fiction into life."
–Olga Azar, Marin Scope Newspapers
"Anglophiles and armchair theologians will find much to like in this staid and somewhat off-kilter production of Nicholson's 1989 play about a staid and off-kilter romance."
–Mark Langton, Marin Independent Journal
"...actors present convincing and drastic character development....a fast paced production with numerous scenes and many eccentric supporting characters."
–Albert Goodwyn, S.F. Bay Times
"...an evening of drama that turns on the slightest rise of an eyebrow or depth of a breath."
–David Kashimba, Joint Forces Military Journal
"...many heartfelt humorous and tearful scenes."
–Maria Vrobel, Listen and be Heard
"...Reimer and Isen are well cast as Nicholson's unlikely lovers. Isen is a perfect match for C.S. Lewis....we really believe the human despair that Isen brings to the writer."
–Lee Brady, Pacific Sun
"Alex Ross is outstanding in the role of Warnie, C.S. Lewis' brother. His precise British speech is perfect and he dominates every scene in which he appears."
–Richard Connema, TalkinBroadway.com