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“Elisa Matula was incandescent in the role of ArcAngela.”- New Theater Review

“Elisa Matula does an admirable performance as Livia, Suor Arcangela, the insane daughter suffering from demons and visions of torment….Her terrifying vision of the invention of a bomb especially resonates, making the point that Galileo’s theories could be the beginning of a path to evil…. A seamless ensemble with a team of very committed actors.”–Maura Kelleyoffoffonline.com

“Elisa Matula is ethereal. She gives one of the best performances I’ve seen in my lifetime. The entire cast is exemplary.”- NYTimes Reader Review

“Once the possessed daughter [played by Elisa Matula] gives her first speech, the play takes off….Theater doesn’t get any better than this.” –NY Times Reader Review

“Stunning performance by Arc Angela [played by Elisa Matula]! When she tells Galileo the horrors of the future of science, the point of the scene was to show the effect of this knowledge on Galileo’s 17th century mind…. Watch this complex, ironic and brilliant play.”–Billy Rhodes, Village Voice Reader Review

The House on the Shore, is a delicate memory play, in which Gart (Wagner) sits in a house that is slowly sinking (along with the rest of the flooded Earth), unreliably remembering the woman who now haunts him, Tess (Matula)…. The partnering work between performers Elisa Matula and Nathan Richard Wagner is lovely.” theasy.com

“I found the dances between Gart and Tess (Elisa Matula) tinged with poignancy….A uniformly superb and committed cast.”-offoffonline.com

“Claire Gresham and Elisa Matula reveal a deliciously dark edge. ” -offoffonline.com

“The audience is able to see every expression crossing the faces of Elisa Matula and Adrian Gillott, which, as anyone with an appreciation for clowns can attest, elevates a normally scoffed at genre beyond more cerebral forms of comedy…. Matula and Gillott not only manage to make the hour fly by, but create an unselfconscious atmosphere in which the world of the lost property office seems completely natural….A fantastically funny production – I was laughing too hard during the show to remember to take legible notes!” – Margaret Foster, culturewars.org.uk


“Ce spectacle m’a fait du bien ! C’est 5 femmes m’ont apporté la même joie que lorsque j’ai vu Sacré Graal des “Monty Python” au cinéma . Courrez voir la Compagnie Lilith. Le spectacle de Chiara Collet,

Kajsa Englund, Catherine Goffin Elisa Matula et Alison Windsor est magique. “ –Didier Monge