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Broadway World


By: Marina Kennedy



"The performances by Peggy J. Scott as Patricia Highsmith and Daniel Petzold as Edward couldn't be better. They master Joanna Murray-Smith's gripping dialogue and the sense of mystery and treachery that looms in the story. Audiences will be mesmerized by the portrayals of their complex characters."

Switzerland, 59E59 Theatres

The Aspen Times


By: Andrew Travers



“A stellar five-member cast manages to shape Baitz’s characters into three dimensions. ... Peggy J. Scott, playing the drunk and debauched old Aunt Silda, turns what could be a clownish Hollywood stereotype into a pivotal supporting role that underscores this dysfunctional family’s dynamics and the ties that both bind and break.”

Other Desert Cities, Theatre Aspen

Oregon Arts Watch​

By: Bob Hicks


"Peggy J. Scott is at the center of things as Emily, creating a character who’s abrasive and wryly funny and vulnerable and surprisingly sexy all at once: it’s a tough balancing act, but she handles it brilliantly."

A Small Fire, Portland Center Stage

Broadway World 


By: David Clarke



Peggy J. Scott plays Dorothy with spry energy. ...she has found a second wind in life and is youthful, witty, and completely charming. ... This side of Dorothy is one that her children do not know and have never experienced, and Peggy J. Scott's portrayal of the chipper woman gives Mindy and Frank plenty of ammunition in their crusade against Burt.”

It Should Have Been You, Abbingdon Theatre

The New York Times

By: Neil Genzlinger



"Peggy J. Scott ... is a riot."

Walk Two Moons, Lucille Lortel Theater

The Glenfalls Post-Star

By: Bob Rose


"So well do Jordan Charney, portraying the writer, and Peggy J. Scott, the admiring reader, act their roles that one can't help but be drawn into their dilemma and hope that there will be a meeting of minds."

The Unexpected Man, Adirondack Theatre Festival

The Philadelphia Enquirer 


By: Douglas J. Keating



"Embodied by the fine performance of Peggy J. Scott, this production too revolves around her. It is tempting to play Agnes as a domineering, cold martinet, ... but Scott's superb, rounded portrayal brings out not only the character's manipulative, judgemental nature but her selfless devotion to the family and determination to keep it functioning."

A Delicate Balance, Delaware Theatre Company

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