Reviews and Press




"Wingert is a Twin Cities treasure, having tread the boards at the Guthrie, on Broadway, in London and elsewhere...this Twin Cities icon is giving a performance that is tough, subtle and ethereal, like the character she so masterfully plays — a cut stone giving off the gentlest of light."
- Rohan Preson, The Star Tribune

"Cristina Florencia Castro is superb as Vivian’s compassionate nurse."
- Chris Hewitt, Pioneer Press

"Benjamin McGovern directs this probing meditation on mortality and meaning with a sure grasp on the play’s complex structure and meta-theatrical conceit..Wingert’s performance is sublime. "
- Jay Gabler, City Pages

"Artistry's production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play Wit is simply devastating. But it's also funny, and smart, and philosophical, and enlightening. "
- Jill Schafer, Cherry and Spoon

"Wingert’s Bearing exudes courage and, well, wit."
- John Olive, How Was the Show

"Artistry's mounting of Wit gives the play its full due, centered around Sally Wingert's commanding performance as literature professor Vivian Bearing..."
- Arthur Dorman, Talkin' Broadway

"Heading into its final week, you still have time to catch Ms. Wingert and crew and I highly recommend that you do."
- Erin Roberts, Minnesota Playlist

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"Director Lisa Channer crafts a sumptuous production full of memorable visuals and heartfelt emotions that are completely realized by the hardworking cast."
- Ed Hyuck, The Star Tribune

" It's a heart-warming tale with a hauntingly beautiful score, brought to life by Anita Ruth's always thrilling pit orchestra and this dreamy cast that is vocally one of the best I've ever seen at Artistry."
- Jill Schafer, Cherry and Spoon

"Young and old, the actors were a treat to watch and hear. "
- Tierney Chlan, Say Entirely