"Thomalen creates an interesting portrait of a murderer, who, in his own way, maintains his integrity in the face of pressure to fabricate an alibi. Yet as the second act progresses, we sense an overtly intended balance between the two murderers. The moral incisiveness of the first act bears some resemblance to a Shavian play-of-ideas, but the second act draws back into character study...The third act functions as the logical resolution...with a neat continuation of the themes of intents and consequences..."

The Script Review Vol. II

"The...play is funny, good mix of irony, humor, philosophy, and just food characterizations, again the dialogue is very good and I could easily see it staged -- your writing seems definitely geared to the stage."

Stephen Dixon
Creative Writing Faculty Johns Hopkins University author of 13 novels, 500 short stories and twice nominated for the National Book Award