Wayne Keeley, Pillow Talking

"Liza Couser gave a highly calibrated, measured performance (in a good way) (… ) deftly portraying her strong character arc from the shy, vulnerable and naïve waif/transient to opinionated (especially where religion is concerned) wife, friend, and mother-to-be." -Wayne Keeley, Pillow Talking

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Stephanie Lyons-Keeley, Pillow Talking

"Truvy’s [and] Annelle (…) not only have a wonderful chemistry, but the two do an incredible job actually styling the women’s hair right on stage! (…) It’s like a master class in acting as well as beauty school!" -Stephanie Lyons-Keeley, Pillow Talking

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Zander Opper, Talkin Broadway

"...doing well is the endearing Liza Couser (...) Couser is quite fine and her character makes perhaps the biggest change during the play, starting off achingly unsure of herself before finding salvation..." -Zander Opper, Talkin' Broadway

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Joseph Harrison, Broadway World

"...Ms. Couser is awkward, yet sincerely funny throughout the play. Her character grows the most over the course of the play, going from shy, clumsy newcomer to one of the family by the end of the night." -Joseph Harrison, Broadway World

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