Press

'Raised in Captivity' at The Right Brain Project:

"Hannah Williams (Bernadette) and Joel Collins (Sebastian) are studies in opposition. She is all manic energy and prone both to histrionics and sudden changes of attitude; her character is brilliant but a total mess." - Karen Topham with Chicago on Stage

"Hannah Williams (Bernadette) races through a roller coaster of emotional swings with intense frenetic energy. With each new scene she reveals yet another layer to her character and draws us into the complexities of a woman cursed with the modern neurosis of free-floating anxiety." - Terry Boyle with Irish American News

"Hannah Williams (forlorn, but hopeful)... William's guilt-ridden sadsack sistser artfully impersonates a walking wounded sibling." - Lawrence Bommer with Stage and Cinema


"Hannah Williams as the brittle Bernadette fully embodies the awkwardness of the situation as she is trailed by her handbag-nursing husband, Kip." - Bec Willette with PerformInk

‘Don’t Dress for Dinner’ at Citadel Theatre:

“Bernard has hired a chef to prepare the fabulous dinner for the evening and her name is Suzette(the very sexy and comical Hannah Williams, who pretty much steals the show)….” – Al Bresloff with Around the Town Chicago

“Suzette, the frumpy young cook sent by the catering agency, is beautifully played by Hannah Williams. The actress has a comic field day as her character learns each eccentric demand of her made by Bernard and Robert. Watching this shy young lady evolve into a sexy, take-charge mistress of the evening is the highlight of this production, thanks to the engaging, talented and very likable Ms. Williams.” – Colin Douglas with Chicago Theatre Review

 

‘Proof’ at Oil Lamp Theatre:

“All four actors were deep into the characters and they played well off each other.” – Al Bresloff with Around the Town Chicagov