"Magrath completes the company"
This powerful, involving theatre piece is now being performed at the Laguna Playhouse, where an opening night audience rose in unison at its conclusion for an extended ovation. The company members each play as many as 14 different characters as they re-create the reaction of Laramie townspeople…regarding the crime. The fluid ease with which the actors slip out of one character and into another is highly impressive. …Magrath as the nervous lead writer on the project, as well as the one who found Shepard’s near lifeless form, completes the company.
— Tom Titus, The Coastline Pilot
"Stunning... Magrath shines"
The audience was dazzled and invigorated. This production is stunning. The virtuoso actors flit from character to character, probing deeply, at the flick of a light cue. Monette Magrath shines as a buddy of Shepard who invents a public expression for her loyalty.
— Gene Warech, Laguna Beach Independent
"Finely etched"
Finely etched are Jamison Jones’ Chris and Monette Magrath’s Ann. Like Romeo and Juliet...giddy in their new romance, tentative in gaining family acceptance, Jones and Magrath steer their characters’ rocky course admirably.
— Eric Marchese, Orange County Register