FringeNYC & Fringe Encore Series
"Wilcox proves equally strong on the page and stage, articulating her intricate text with poise and passion. She shifts between characters subtly but distinctly, using the slightest vocal and physical changes to inhabit Brecht's five women. However, her real strength is her wit, which shines through in every line."
--Daniel Lee, StageLight Magazine
"A tidy, insightful, and provocative piece of storytelling for anyone who has ever heard the name Bertolt Brecht."
--Keith Paul Medelis, Theatre is Easy
"Wilcox's script and performance are very good indeed. An enjoyable, enlightening, and noteworthy addition to the great series of theater that is FringeNYC."
--Lance Evans, StageBuddy
"Wilcox's performance is nuanced and fully-lived."
--Norma Perez-Hernandez, Letters from the Mezzanine
"A Fringe must see."
--Kelly Johnson, Eye on the Arts
Island; Or, To Be or Not to Be
New York Shakespeare Exchange
“Female lead Katelin Wilcox as the shipwrecked Julia is endearingly believable as the starry-eyed romantic who grows accustomed to the island’s zany magic.”
--Chris O. Cook, New York Times-The Local East Village
“Katelin Wilcox imbues Julia with unforced charm and warmth.”
--Ron Cohen, Backstage
The Public Theatre of Maine
“Katelin Wilcox is very good in her role as Sister James, a young nun whose buoyant optimism for her eighth-grade students at Saint Nicholas School is clouded as she is caught up in the sour principal’s mistrust.”
--David A. Sargent, Lewiston/Auburn
“Katelin Wilcox convincingly handles the important supporting role of the young Sister James. Her localized accent and ability to maintain her character’s youthful enthusiasm while communicating its subsequent diminution were important in humanizing a situation that challenges faith.”
--Steve Feeney, Maine Sunday
“Wilcox carefully plays up her character’s innocence and along with her we struggle to decide whom to believe.”
--Laura Almash, Times Record
“The four Public Theatre actors, simply put, were all terrific… Wilcox’s Sister James went from buoyant to deflated, believably illustrating how someone like Sister Aloysius can suck the joy out of life.”
--Laurie Meunier Graves, Wolf Moon Journal
Comedy of Errors
Vermont Shakespeare Company
"The two women most affected by the comingling of twins, Adriana and her sister, Luciana (Katelin Wilcox), are pitch-perfect... Wilcox provides rare moments of stability in an earthquake of befuddlement."
--Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press