Press Clippings

"Inner monologues, role changing, puppetry, and gender reversal make for a rich, layered theatrical rainbow cake [...] [William Steinberger] has orchestrated a really freakish circus sideshow, inciting compulsive viewing." - Jacquelyn Claire, "Off-Broadway Review: 'Gregor' at Access Theater", NY Theatre Guide, 5/11/16


"In The Woods We Return sticks with you like a memory, blurring, shifting, and reforming with each new examination." - Emily Cordes, Theatre Is Easy, 8/24/15


"With a soundscape that guides you through Philly’s intimate spaces and places, it’s a bit like a romantic date with the city you love." - Erica Minutella, "Our picks for Fringe", Uwishunu, 2/9/15


"Inspired by the poetry of Wallace Stevens and the streets of our city, the self-guided soundscape is essentially a romantic stroll for one through Philly's pathways." - Marquesa Rotuski, "11 Things to Do This Weekend", Philadelphia Magazine 


"Those with a taste for the experimental will be grateful for these reverent takes on the work of two irreverent artists." - Tim Dunleavy, "The Liar and Shepard/Beckett", Talkin' Broadway, 11/16/12


"At first glance, it may seem like an odd pairing [...] InVersion artistic director William Steinberger, however, sees a number of similarities in the plays of the two pioneering playwrights." - J. Cooper Robb, "Calendar Nov. 7-13", Philly Weekly, 11/6/12


"I have to hand it, though to William Steinberger [...] who stages this Miss Julie." - Howard Shapiro, "Miss Julie - A Strindberg Classic in a Philly Townhouse", Philadelphia Inquirer, 5/4/12


"Philadelphia is suddenly awash in frisky little theater companies that regularly defy dramatic conventions. One of these enterprising companies is InVersion Theatre" - J.Cooper Robb, "Calendar May 2-8", Philly Weekly, 5/2/12


"But in the production by In Version Theatre, a small new company, it will unfold during the first week of May in a Center City townhouse..." - Howard Shapiro, "Oddball theater on the rise in Philadelphia Region", Philadelphia Inquirer, 3/30/12