"In a play about souls, Swidey’s character ends up as the soul of the play, and in his performance of a man we can’t figure out, Swidey himself is the soul of the cast." - Review, A DYBBUK, Howard Shapiro, Philadelphia Inquirer
"...Amos (the very impressive Ed Swidey as the play's most interesting character, shifting from a pathetic bumpkin to a man who has learned not only to read but the ways of the world)".
- LYDIE BREEZE PART II: AIPOTU -
EgoPo Classic Theater, Toby Zinman,
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