"The production numbers, choreographed by Mercedes Ellington (granddaughter of Duke), bloom with Nicole Wee’s costumes of lace and satin." -Andy Webster, The New York Times

"Nicole Wee's costumes include some dazzlingly diaphanous and heavily beaded gowns for the Countess' girls." -David Barbour, Lighting and Sound America


"Nicole Wee’s ingenious costumes exemplify invention on a budget." -Elisabeth Vincentelli, New York Post

"Nicole Wee's costumes are colorful and imaginative, especially her creative black-and-white outfits for the Bobby Watsons." -Jennifer Farrar, Associated Press

"Trying to decipher the meaning of every skit, would be pointless except that the underlying and pervasive idea that we are living in a world gone mad is evident, and made even more evident by the awesome collection of giddily clownish costumes designed by Nicole Wee. They conspire as much as anything in the show to become inhabitants of Ionesco’s outré oeuvre. " - Simon Saltzman, Curtain Up

"A pleasing unit set by James Morgan and whimsical costumes by Nicole Wee guarantee that the production...looks as vibrant as Cohen acts..." -Matthew Murray, Talkin' Broadway

"...costume designer Nicole Wee , has a great eye and a fine sense of color and millinery." -Jaqueline Cutler, Zap2It

"Wittily designer Nicole Wee..." -Michael Sommers, New Jersey Newsroom



"Bob Phillips' set is vividly realistic, and Nicole Wee's perfect costumes suggest many Africas in one." -Mark E. Lieb, Creative Loafing Tampa Bay

"The production also helps you revel in the magic of theater...The colorful outfits worn by the women help to mask the drabness and hostility represented by the soldiers’ uniforms in Nicole Wee’s inventive costumes." -Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald-Tribune






"...the costumes by Nicole Wee tell a lot bout the characters, and have some fun with them at the same time." - Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald-Tribune