"Caitlin and Vince have great chemistry and
banter back and forth with the precision of a
Swiss watch... their rapid-fire delivery and
ebullient personalities ensure a fun time
is had by all."
- San Diego Union Tribune
"The final moments between father (Lespérance) and son
were twistedly heart-felt."
- Vancouver Presents
"Brown and Leblanc-Beaudoin are both very fun to watch, as they bounce around the small verdant space, especially during well-executed symbolic lifts performed on a large central worktable."
- Now Toronto
"Showing up on stage, bounding with energy,
Vincent and Caitlin lifted the audience up....
Troupers. That’s what these two are. Troupers.
Check them out. You’re sure to giggle,
probably going to guffaw,
and potentially have to fight
down a blush or two."
and Emilie Leclerc
explore multiple layers of fake sincerity,
from the buoyant to the cynical,
and both bring a playful physicality
to their characters."
- Georgia Straight
"the overarching quiet provides a contemplative
and meditative effect through the fascinating performance... a roller-coaster-like, stream-of-consciousness ride through mundane reality and frantic imagination, artistic dreams, and anxious nightmares."
"Vincent Leblanc-Beaudoin's role as narrator/dancer/actor has been developed beyond the original production, including him in more detailed choreographic moments, entwined sensually at times, and becoming a steamy interlocutor within the action at hand.
His playful sense of vocal variation, from direct, masculine tones stabilized by a strong declamatory pose toward the audience, to moments of over the shoulder butt-wiggling and cheeky tones of voice, add to the varied degrees and modes of love depicted. Light humour and sultry passion create a through-line for choreographic and theatricalized excellence throughout the overall program."