"Peep One (a dynamic Tay Bass), the most complex of the three characters. She's a woman who's carving out her own space in the sometimes misogynistic world of hip-hop but can see both sides of the racial dilemma.”THEATREMANIA

“…the magnetic Tay Bass is at the console joyously cooking up vibrant beats during a 10-minute pre-show where she also does some euphoric dance moves. Ms. Bass later appears as Peep One and is equally as riveting as she poignantly portrays this spirited adoptee who yearns for artistic recognition. Bass, Tolliver and Stango are majestic together.” THEATERSCENE.NET

“Tay Bass gives a delightful Rosalind, fully grounded and fully elated, with a physical fluidity and buoyance.” CLASSICALNYC


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“Tay Bass has a sly, sideways manner as Peep, who is skilled at playing devil's advocate with both her musical partners, but who hands out a tongue-lashing when she needs to. Chances are, you won't want to take your eyes off any of them.” LIGHTINGANDSOUNDAMERICA

“The skilled cast of three is outstanding, each powerful in different ways, and when it’s time for some musical numbers, they raise the bar and the roof.” THEATRELIFE

“This cast is composed entirely of women or gender nonconforming actors, and every last one of them is a delight, from Tay Bass's strapping yet girlish RosalindA WORK UNFINISHING