"Celimene is played with a delicious sense of flirtation by Jennifer Lefsyk who seemingly cannot make an entrance or an exit, sit or rise, extend an arm or pertly parse a fan without it having some sensual repercussions. She handles the couplets as though they were merely common conversation and so her lines are among the clearest and cleanest (logically, not sexually) on the stage. She moves in the period clothing as though she has always worn it.
She is a delight in the leading role."
- J. Peter Bergman, Berkshire Bright Focus
"Lefsyk’s Celimene is a woman not to be trifled with; she knows exactly how to get what she wants and has a brilliant mind. She brightens any scene she is in."
- Amy Durant, The Alt
"Lefsyk perfectly calibrates Celimene’s emotional journey. Though she’s still a poisonous gossip, she nevertheless reveals uncertainty about her future and sorrow at the memory of her dead husband, Alceste."
- Paul Lamar, The Daily Gazette
The School For Lies