"...the jealous Dark and Fair Witches (Aneesa Neibauer and Hannah Hammel), lurk, jeer, and attempt to lure him back, with echoing voices and wildly provocative crawling, crouching, and enticing movements. Their scene-stealing appearances recall the ‘weird sisters’ of Macbeth, as they lead the forces of evil against the God-fearing ‘good’ people of the town and the church...”  - DC Metro Arts (Dark of the Moon, 2016)



"Four actors, Grant Bolopue as ‘Perverse,’ Taylor Cawley as ‘Mysterious,’ Emily Dale White as ‘Grotesque,’ and Hannah Hammel as ‘Merry,’ fascinate as they continually portray an impressive range of Poe’s formidable characters throughout the featured story segments, by means of movement, expert physicality, voice, excellent use of light, space and sound, and splendid talent.”  - DC Metro Arts (Tales of the Grotesque and Mysterious, 2016)



"That being said, the performances alone are worth the trek to The Kabayitos Theatre in the Lower East Side... Other standouts are Meghan Blakeman as the long suffering Emilia and Hannah Hammel, who plays Bianca with ease, charm, and moxie.”  - Stage Buddy (Othello, 2013)