"...Minerva, played with integrity and crusading fury by Rachel McPhee..."
Mitch Montgomery, Backstage Critic's Pick / Full Review
"...played with divine poise by Rachel McPhee..."
Will Fulton, NYTheatre.com
"As Minerva, Rachel McPhee is striking and benevolent, with a grace and presence befitting the goddess of wisdom."
NY Theatre Review
"The second half of the evening really comes to life with Over Here, driven by the absolutely fantastic performances of Rachel McPhee as Nora and Cyrilla Baer as Patty. McPhee, from the moment she takes the stage is present and engaging, and her performance only gets better once Baer joins her. The air in the theatre crackles with the contempt these characters have for each other and my hat's off to these two for creating a relationship so complex and familiar."
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"Rachel McPhee’s Titania is a delightful standout, her every word and gesture alive and solidly engaged. She’s ethereal, grand, sexy and silly—everything a Titania should be. The characterization is a study in sensuality and arch intensity, and McPhee lifts the tide whenever she’s onstage."
Michael Kostroff, PlayShakespeare
"Titania (played by Rachel McPhee, whose Fairy Queen comically oozes aristocratic lust as she fawns over Bottom, transformed into an ass)."
Tim Wilson, Fraglophone
ROMEO AND JULIET
"Other fine performances come from Cedric Jones as the resourceful Friar Lawrence and Rachel McPhee as a miserable, alcoholic Lady Capulet."
"What's most surprising is that for a play which stresses the line between what's real and what's not, so much of the acting seems real ... Baker and McPhee spend a wonderful scene together."
Aaron Riccio, That Sounds Cool Blog
"...Rachel McPhee (Alexa) [is] spot-on as well."
"...Alexa (Rachel McPhee), the most sympathetic of this... group..."
New York Times
"...Rachel McPhee... steals the show"
Time Out NY
"...Woodhull's sister Tennessee, played brilliantly by Rachel McPhee"
"As usual, Rachel McPhee's Lucy Brown, steals the show during her short time on stage..."
The Capital Times