"The device for the play is that of a modern and successful psychoanalyst who finds herself strangely attracted to her patient, a renowned anthropology professor who claims to be a vampire. The doctor of course, knows there are no such things as vampires but his sophisticated and erudite manner becomes an obsessive fascination... Charnas' dialogue is stylish and witty -- a contemporary comedy with an unsettling mixture of romance, mysticism, fantasy and sophistication...the play is mesmerizing."
A J Esta, Dramalogue
"...a wonderful tale of deceptions, seduction, destruction, and romance."
Kathleen Baca, San Francisco Sentinel
"Charnas clearly knows her way around the undead. Her play is full of savvy, one to tempted to say biting, wit, with a realistic, common-sense attitude toward vampirism... The dialogue is bright and crisp... Highly unsafe sex."
Gerald Nachman, San Francisco Chronicle