"(3)’s joyous mischievousness masks a deep sorrow, and James lets us see that sorrow, as she should, in glimpses."
"Because we move forward in time incrementally, the actors must show subtle gradations in the age of their characters. This affects...James the most, as younger kids age at a faster pace than older ones do. [She is] spot-on; you can see the seeds of the 12-year-old, for example, when you see her at 15, and as a result she is linearly connected to the 12-year-old and the 15-year-old when she appears as an adult." - Tim Treanor, DC Theatre Scene