About Big Love:
"...Nothing short of astonishing; a gorgeous production with the highest integrity and beauty and depth."
- Anne Bogart, SITI Company Artistic Director
"[Yousefzadeh] took Chuck Mee’s multi-layered, multi-dimensioned script and brought it to life with the passion and energy that it required. A promising commencement into the world of professional theatre."
- Louisa Levy, The Columbia Spectator
About Grace, or the Art of Climbing:
"It is a beautifully staged, moving play..."
"Director Pirronne Yousefzadeh deserves credit...It would have been so easy to let the actors sleep-walk between the climbing scenes...but instead she focuses on the poignancy of the script and lets the climbing scenes supplement."
"Ensemble cast members Dan Hodge, Kevin Meehan, Bi Jean Ngo, and Mary Tuomanen are all positively charming as the 'kids' in a rock climbing club, and charming as the adult characters they also portray."
- Jillian Ashley Blair Ivey, Phillyist
"The ensemble is strong, with nimble performances by Bi Jean Ngo, Bob Weick, Armando Batista, Kevin Meehan, Mary Tuomanen, and Dan Hodge. But Joffred anchors - or rather, belays - the piece with a vulnerability that is reflected in her saucer eyes and slouched shoulders."
- Wendy Rosenfield, The Philadelphia Inquirer
About Jack Perry is Alive (and Dating):
"The show is economically and energetically directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh. Her cast -- led by an actor named Jack Perry, interestingly enough -- is uniformly good. They infuse the...dialogue with freshness and wry humor, and bring beautiful, tight harmonies to Julia Meinwald's catchy soft-rock score with a hint of jazz."
- Dan Bacalzo, Andy Buck, and Andy Propst, Theatre Mania
"The piece has been competently mounted...Charles Baskerville, Melissa Joyner, Jake Loewenthal, and Josh Sauerman play his friends and various other characters capably. Pirronne Yousefzadeh's staging makes imaginative use of set designer Matt Brogan's handful of pieces to suggest various locales."
- Ron Cohen, Backstage
About Psalms of a Questionable Nature:
"Pirronne Yousefzadeh directs this two-hander in a difficult space, using the stairs cleverly to move the action and the relationship."
"Both Joffred and Rowland turn in performances that never slacken, making these extreme characters surprisingly convincing."
- Toby Zinman, The Philadelphia Inquirer