The Moors by Jen Silverman, Directed by Jackson Gay

Yale Rep, 2016

Wholly successful is Kelly McAndrew’s iron-willed Agatha, who embraces the hard realities of life with resolute, scheming clarity; even her crocheting conveys a sturdiness that should not be tested. I relaxed when Ms. McAndrew was the focus, especially because of her ease with the Victorian dialogue.
— David DeWitt, New York Times
As the domineering Agatha, Kelly McAndrew channels the eerie nonchalance of Jane Curtin, hiding her real self behind flat, even expressions of distaste.
— Christopher Arnott, Hartford Courant

Read the Hartford Courant Review: Yale Rep's 'The Moors' Is Merrily Mororse