FEATURES:


“Meet the “Little Lords” behind the Felix Salten Mashup Production”

—  “BAMBIF*CKER/KAFFEEHAUS” in HEEB Magazine (link here, pdf here)


“Spring Season at the Starr: Joshua Conkel, Michael Levinton, and Eliza Bent”

—  “Pocahontas, and/or AMERICA” in The Brooklyn Rail (link here)


“A Budget “Babes” at the Brick”

—  “Babes in Toyland” in Brooklyn Paper (link here)


“Holiday Theater, in Three Flavors”

“Babes in Toyland” in the New York Times (pdf here)


QUOTES:


“There are darker currents sweeping under, and occasionally subsuming, the campy surfaces in which Little Lord traffics. These depths, like the aroma of Pop-Tarts, are a welcome and heartening surprise.”

—  New York Times (Critics’ Pick) on “BAMBIF*CKER/KAFFEEHAUS” (link here, pdf here)


Beneath its satire, ‘Pocahontas’ slathers on some troubling truths.”

— Village Voice on “Pocahontas, and/or AMERICA”


“The zany company Little Lord whips on its long apron, flips a napkin over its arm and serves up a nicely realized bit of perverse wackadoodle frivolity...Surely it will touch something in you that will wriggle with pleasure.”

—  Time Out New York on “BAMBIF*CKER/KAFFEEHAUS”


"To call the work ambitious is an understatement. It is fearless in its weirdness."

—  Tablet Magazine on “BAMBIF*CKER/KAFFEEHAUS” (link here, pdf here)


Little Lord, who’ve made a forte out of retelling old stories with a gender-bending, irreverent twist, are worth keeping an eye out for.”

— Jewcy on “JEWQUEEN”


“Little Lord's production bears the sparks of scrappy creative brilliance we've come to expect from them.”

—  New York Theater Review on “Pocahontas, and/or AMERICA”


“An exuberantly campy rag-tag confection...a deliciously cheap, satisfying sugar rush with a little tartness thrown in for good measure.”

—  New York Theater Review on “Babes in Toyland”


Examining the unmentionable seems to be the theatrical mission of Little Lord.”

—  NY Theatre Now on “BAMBIF*CKER/KAFFEEHAUS”


“Little Lord’s ‘Babes’ is created from the stuff theatrical dreams are made of.”

— ObsceneJester on “Babes in Toyland”