City Paper's review of VAINGLORIOUS: Thus team Talleyrand is composed of five actors playing the same character, a division of self that is not Freudian but political. The Talleyrands appear everywhere, first serving Napoleon, then stripping him of medals and bicorne and finally carving his Europe into pieces.
South Philly Review Lifestyle story: http://www.southphillyreview.com/news/Tribes_actress_stresses_strength-245278821.html
Philadelphia Theater Examiner review of TRIBES: "Cooley and Kearns shine in their ability to fill each movement of sign language and spoken word with raw, human emotion. Their love story brings hope to the very human desire of finding someone who truly understands and appreciates you, regardless of what you lack. "
The Pittsburgh Tatler review of TRIBES: Amanda Kearns’s Sylvia is as good at calling the other characters on their bullshit as she is at evoking our heartfelt sympathy for the panic and sadness she feels as her ability to hear disappears
Pittsburgh City Paper review of TRIBES: "Amanda Kearns makes Sylvia's conflicts and struggles immediate and powerful."
Pittsburgh Post Gazette review of TRIBES: Amanda Kearns is a force of nature as Sylvia, the most relatable character in the play. She acts as our eyes and ears into the insular world of Billy's family as she and this naive boy do their own dance of falling in love and finding if that's enough to keep them together.