"The Table presents you with a funny, yet exciting journey of a family's history... The story is funny and deeply moving. The use of physical expressions, and a good storyline results in a great experience for theatre-goers."
"Anyone who has ever sat around a dining table with their family will enjoy the humor and identify with the emotions at play in The Table."
"The direction was superb and the interjections of pure physical expression, intertwined with the plot, made the performance something out of the ordinary and a visually compelling spectacle."
"... by means of carefully controlled chaos, expressive and well-timed performances and innovative and clever props, each piece has the ability to move you to tears, make you laugh, shock you and ultimately give you some food for thought."
"... this innovating and moving production is spellbinding. Evocative and circular weavings of sand, wood and memory unfold as a family gathers to commemorate the passing of their father."
"There are plenty of warm embraces, a dreamy pace that references Chagall's floating elders and lovers."
"You might look wrecked when you leave the theatre after this play; your heart will be sated. The Table is woven with enchantment, commitment to truth and generous collaboration... It reveals truths that will blast you out of your complacency and make you sit up straight."