"Lexie Braverman knocks it out of the goddamn park from minute one."
-LONDON CITY NIGHTS
"The fearless Lexie Braverman plays Carlyle with such raw honesty that I believe her character’s delusions. (Braverman) delivers some of the finest work that I have seen in the Triangle this season."
- Dustin K. Britt, Triangle Arts and Entertainment
"A courageous and committed performance from Lexie Braverman."
"Lexie Braverman was disarmingly tender as an earnestly emotional college guy. In the InterAct production, It was enlightening. When Sensitive Guys goes up again I will be first in line, hoping for a cast as fine as this one!"- Rebecca Rendell
As reviewed by THEATRE IS EASY,
“As this play is a monologue, its strength depends on the performer, who must create this entire world alone onstage. Luckily, Lexie Braverman is up to the task, showcasing her impressive acting skills and effectively capturing the fragile emotional terrain of a young woman wronged by the world.”- DVJ 2017
An unusual and compelling script from Philip Ridley, paired with a knockout performance from Lexie Braverman, makes this a powerful show.- Adrienne Urbanski
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“Kaufman offers a fluid sense of structure. Director Evren Odcikin frames it elegantly. The five actors here—play multiple roles and genders. For the most part, they accomplish this with skill (Braverman especially)”- David Fox