“I love Andrea’s voice. It is elegant, and profound, and unlike any I’ve heard before.”
Lydia R. Diamond, Playwright, Oregon Book Award Judge.

“In January 2011, Artists Repertory Theatre invited playwrights from across the county to submit their ideas for the now-named Fowler/Levin Prize….Andrea Stolowitz’s play concept was the unanimous choice by the artistic leadership at the theatre. Andrea is an amazingly gifted playwright whose work I have long admired and I look forward to this new play with great excitement and anticipation!”
Allen Nause, Producing Artistic Director, Artists Repertory Theater

“Stolowitz’s Antarktikos will continue to haunt its viewers long after a performance of it ends.”
H.L. Hix, Oregon Literary Arts Drama Fellowship Judge

“Stolowitz rises impressively to the occasion, with her unerring ear, depth of insight, and flair for humor and drama. ”
Pat Launer, KPBS, a broadcast service of San Diego University

“[Stolowitz] is a writer who seems to dislike taking the easy way out”
Beth Jones, The Roanoke Times

“Part of the strength of…Andrea Stolowitz’s [work] is the playwright’s brave refusal to sugarcoat the issues and tough decisions ”
Paul Hodgins, The Orange Country Register

“Stolowitz is a gem.”
Charlene Baldridge, sdtheatrescene.com

“Whether she posits a play in a former Soviet Bloc nation, as in Hotel Traumbad, or the American deserts of Bad Family and the upcoming Ithaka, or even the out-of-time confessions from Tales of Doomed Love, Andrea’s characters thrive in blasted heaths of the imagination—those liminal Arden Forests where transformation and sometimes even transfiguration takes place.”
Mead Hunter, Artistic Director New Harmony Project


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