As Tweedle-Dum in Alice in Winterland


"But it's Papp who embodies 'Colorado,' her porcelain-perfect features, doll's eyes and Cupid's bow mouth expressing revelatory depths of vacuity and self-obsession."
- Robert Hurwitt, The San Francisco Chronicle

“…light[s] up the stage arguing about the racial, academic and economic effects of tracking."
- Robert Hurwitt, The San Francisco Chronicle

"As well as most of the actors inhabit their student roles, though, few make the adults more than one-dimensional. Rivera, Papp and Gardner (also affecting as a bookish top student) are notable exceptions..."
- Robert Hurwitt, The San Francisco Chronicle

“…is a knockout as the MIA terror in a tiara, all sugar and spite and vicious superficiality."
- Lisa Drostova and Sam Hurwitt, SF Weekly

“Brought to life by the voluptuous Adrienne Papp, the character delivers each cloying, overripe metaphor in her beauty (or rather, 'bee-oody') pageant competition speech — on the theme of apples — with the perfect mix of misguided earnestness and self-indulgent, plastic smugness."
- Chloe Veltman, SF Weekly, East Bay Express

“The first three minutes of the play, however, erase any prejudgments quicker than you can say 'Miss America,' and set the tone for the rest of the night thanks to Adrienne Papp, who leads the smallcast of four in a brilliant performance. In all her wicked grandeur, Papp's performance never becomes overblown. By grounding Tracy in reality, she becomes all the more terrifying."
- Alex Mohajer, The Daily Californian