"'EL TIGRE' LEAVES PATRONS SPELLBOUND"
"The cast and design elements keep the mystical spirit of an ancient Mayan jungle alive … highly stylized, and utilizing costume, masks, puppetry, live music and movement to dramatize folklore. (The performers) do a fine job in verbally relating the verse- drama as easily as if it were a campfire story."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram December 2, 2001
"When their journey into the 20th century began, the Matses Indians imitated the jaguar. They tattooed their faces and wore whiskers of palm straw in their lips and chins.
Like the feared Amazon predator, they were fierce. They kidnapped women, killed intruders, choked unwanted babies and ate the bodies of their dead."
SERIES -- PERU MISSION. Second of two parts
The Sun, (Baltimore, MD), July 21, 1997
2001 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition: A Stage Play Script Winner