THE TUTOR is "nothing short of hilariously poignant," says Show Business Weekly.
American Theater Web calls it "musical theater of the...most enjoyable kind." and goes on to say:
"Eric Ankrim imbues Edmund with a delightful blend of narcissism and entitlement but, most important, sweetness, allowing the audience to care about this man even initially when he's at his most self-serving. Gayton Scott makes Sweetie's eccentric mom a mass of wide-eyed tics and loving neuroses while Richard Pruitt delivers with compassionate stalwartness as the girl's father. As the girl herself, Meredith Bull proves to be something of an unexpected powerhouse. From underneath what seem to be five layers of heavy black-eyeliner, audiences will find that she has exceedingly expressive eyes and her voice, sometimes so casual when speaking, can deliver powerfully when Sweetie bursts into song.
Supporting these four principals are terrific tongue-in-cheek performances from Lucy Sorensen and Raphael Fetta, who not only bring Edmund's time-traveling romantic duo to life (in Naomi Wolff's grand costumes they emerge as everything from Scarlet and Rhett-inspired antebellum gentry to unlikely lovers straight out of a film noir). Sorensen and Fetta display equal versatility with roles that are integral to the story as well."
We give both essays an A plus. Class dismissed!