San Diego Magazine

“‘Angels in America’ is the best thing I’ve seen so far this year.”

San Diego Story

“Debra Wanger’s Angel displayed the authority and superhuman force this biblical messenger requires.”

Broadway World San Diego

“This tragi-comedy that uses humor to keep everything sharp, moving, and makes everything all the more poignant for it.”

Times of San Diego - Review of Angels in America Part 2

“Second part of ‘Angels in America’ proves fantastical at Cygnet Theatre”

Times of San Diego - Review of Angels in America

“Epically fantastic and fantastical ‘Angels in America’ at Cygnet Theatre.”

San Diego Story - Review of Angels in America

“Kushner’s ‘Angels in America’ Part One lands impressively at Cygnet Theatre.”

San Diego Union Tribune - Review of Angels in America

“Angels resonates in compelling, sharply acted revival at Cygnet Theatre.”

Carol's Theatre Reviews - Review of Angels in America

“A case for Angels in America and none too soon! Armed with an exceptional ensemble of fine and dedicated actors and under the sharp direction of Sean Murray  ‘Angels’ moves along at a pace that gives one only moments on which to reflect yet keeps the cohesiveness together even with double and sometimes triple casting.”

San Diego Union Tribune

“A pricless flashback featuring Debra Wanger as a hopelessly self-important actress singing ‘Indian Maiden’s Lament’ – and getting upstaged by Mildred – establishes a moment.”

San Diego Union Tribune

“As the show’s sharp-voiced chorus (Joseph Grienenberger, Christine Hewitt, Cody Ingram, Catie Marron and the ever-versatile returnee Debra Wanger.)”

Pat Launer - Review of ``Hairspray``

“Steve Gunderson and Debra Wanger are endlessly amusing as they quick-change into a bevy of boffo personas.”

Pat Launer - Review of ``Hairspray``

“Steve Gunderson and Debra Wanger are endlessly amusing as they quick-change into a bevy of boffo personas.”

San Diego Reader

“Matt Thompson and Debra Wanger play multiple characters quite well.”

San Diego Cinema

“Debra Wanger cuts loose in a dithering frenzy as Mme. Dindon.”

Times of San Diego

“The wives (headed by the dynamic singing duo of Melissa Fernandes and Debra Wanger.”

Pat Launer Reviews

“Debra Wanger’s Gertrude has strong moments.”

Gay San Diego

Anne’s parents are played by Debra Wanger, who rockets off some fabulous, operatic high notes.”