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Ms. Verson, so affecting in “Indecent” and “The Lucky Ones,” steals the show... she is somehow radiantly pathetic as a woman who can’t find herself under her skin.

New York Times, Jesse Green

Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties

The marvelous Adina Verson, whose giggling, yearning Betty 2 single-handedly pulls the play’s tongue out of its cheek and gives it a real heart. [She] gets to go to some truly strange and released places during the show, and is genuinely affecting as she strips down, emotionally and physically... Verson’s performance is weird, vulnerable, and multifaceted.

Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties

Verson’s presence is crucial... [she] plays it as straight and serious as a heart attack, so that her wide-eyed revelation is as moving as it is droll. Her increasingly unhinged earnestness becomes heartbreaking, and when Verson delivers the weird, seemingly nonsensical but defiantly upbeat song that closes the play, you’ll be glad you stuck with Collective Rage.

New York Stage Review

Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties

Betty 2 becomes the warmly beating heart of the play... Verson's tender, empathetic performance will have audiences laughing, crying and cheering her on every step of the way.

Broadway World

Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties

Verson, delivering the show's standout performance, walks her Betty's winding road with reckless abandon... she makes the oddest but most miraculous transformation from a mouse into a literal lion.


Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties

Verson masterfully took on several roles throughout each performance, but it was her portrayal of Rifkele... that can be credited with giving the production its heartbreaking transcendence. As the smitten ingenue, Verson broke our hearts every time she escaped through her window to dance with her love in the rain.


Adina Verson [is] truly the type of performer who helps raise the standards of any ensemble cast.

New Haven Independent


The cast is from the comedy gods... Verson's tantrums and giddy love cries are a thing to behold.


Broadway World


Adina Verson... is genuinely horrific and frightening.

The Berkshire Edge


Verson accesses a breadth of emotion uncommon in many science-fiction texts... Machine Makes Man might turn out to be this festival's sleeper hit, in the same way as it took the Amsterdam Fringe Festival by storm last year.


Cue Magazine, South Africa


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