Compilation of reviews for Confessional by Tennessee Williams

“In a performance which will win awards, Lizzie Stanton is barnstorming as Leona” – Johnny Fox

 

“…her blistering performance is a fierce flame that dares you to look away as she prowls the bar.” - There Ought to be Clowns

 

“What really sells the veracity of the show is Stanton's performance, whose Leona is a fearless creature in pain, unafraid to let he world knows how deeply she feels.” – Female Arts

 

“… An absolute tour-de-force from start to finish, exuding a real depth… terrifying and moving.” - The Bardette

 

“She stalks the bar as an aggressively vulnerable, shrewish, worldly-wise piece of trailer trash fearlessly dispensing advice to fellow drinkers.” - Theatre World

 

“The cast are universally strong and there’s something magnetic about Lizzie Stanton” - The Gay UK

 

“It is a peach of a part for a bravura actor, and she grasps every moment of the action and sucks out all the juice” – Live Theatre UK

 

“Stanton turns her inarticulacy into slurred poetry.” – Whats On Stage

 

“Stanton is undeniably the life force of the piece and remains completely absorbing from start to finish. It is a joy to watch her total command over the audience.” – Plays to see

 

“Lizzie Stanton is stunning. A true Williams heroine like Vivian Leigh.” – Boyz Magazine

 

“Mesmerizing… brittle, damaged but indefatigable, her performance is a rallying call for dispossessed survivors everywhere.” – Flaming Norma

 

“What an incredible find. Stanton is every ounce, as completely captivating as described … had every element of an award-winning role sewn up.” - Carn’s Theatre Passion