“a satisfying 90 minutes of song and savagery” -Audrey Journal

Razorhurst is a brave new work that has an important place in the Australian theatre scene, and manages a feat of recreating decades of Australian crime history in just 90 minutes.” -Theatre Travels

““A singular, understated, and rich joy…the two-hander is soft yet brash, stylised yet gritty and real…“You’d be a fool to miss Razorhurst.” -The Music

"The bouncy and often raunchy score serves the integrity of the era as it propels Tilly and Kate to the end of their entertaining 90-minute visit." -CurtainUp.com

"imagine “The Wire” — but with songs and tea...undeniably an entertaining show, and a spotlight on an absolutely fascinating moment in history. You should catch “Razorhurst” if you can — new musicals need audiences, for one thing, and shows with great roles for women do, too. And this one is guaranteed to be unlike anything you’ve seen before." - NJArts.net

"Librettist Kate Mulley has a knack for spinning fun yarns with her lyrics, painting colorful pictures of these powerful, yet flawed women." -baristanet.com

"a compelling meditation on the explosive cocktail of gender, class, and power underlying an infamous period in the history of crime... [the] banter is sharp, frequently funny, and unapologetically lewd ....great moments of passion, power, and pain." -NJ.com

Columbia School of the Arts Interview, November 2017

"In Its Fifth Year, VoxFest Brings New Theater to the Hop" Dartmouth Now, July 2017

"Alumni and Students Create Theater Together for VoxFest" Dartmouth Now, July 2016

Columbia School of the Arts Interview, May 2016

The Flea Theater Interview, August 2015

"Theater Alumni, Students Collaborate on Works in Progress" Dartmouth Now, July 2015

The Dartmouth Interview, January 2014

Adam Szymkowicz Interview, August 2011