Chicago Tribune - Recommended
'...while there is something formulaic about the setup -- particularly when a few serious vignettes make an appearance -- the show as a whole contains some of the strongest observational humor you will find this side of "Sex and the City," which has been airing in reruns for years. It is nice to have fresh material on hand.'
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Chicago Reader - Somewhat Recommended
"...if you don't know Spanish you'll feel left out at times, particularly in the moon-goddess mythology-lesson transitions. A bigger problem is the way director Tanya Saracho has crammed all the serious stories about abuse and rape into the final 20 minutes. This whiplash-inducing change in tone undermines the humor and honesty of the first 70 minutes."
EpochTimes - Highly Recommended
"...Teatro Luna, Chicago's only all-Latina Theatre company has just opened their new show "Lunatic(a)s" which is all about women's everyday insanity. You don't have to be Latina ( or even Hispanic) to enjoy this wild and crazy 90 minutes ( although they do throw in some Spanish expressions)- in fact, with the exception of the two "downer" stories, this is pure comedy with a capital "C"."
Time Out Chicago - Recommended
"...Saracho guides the proceedings as gracefully as possible, though the show suffers slightly from an unevenness of tone that might just be the nature of ensemble-created work; it doesnít seem quite right that a sketch about road rage should be more memorable than a scene in which a woman is visited in her dreams by a raped and murdered female soldier, but thatís indeed the case."
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