"As Sister, the angular Deb Hiett is a house-rattling find."

-The Los Angeles Times

"Deb Hiett is the MVP of the show, keeping things on a consistently goofy keel with sheer comic bravura."

-LA Weekly

"The excellent Deb Hiett is cast as 'Auntie Doreen' ..."

-The New York Times

"This production is strong in performances, particularly supporting players Deb Hiett as Ezekiel's barfly half-sister ..."

-LA Weekly

"This accomplished comedic actor is often responsible for the height of onstage hilarity."

-Backstage West (LA)

"Deb Hiett excels in her comedic characters ..."

-Backstage West (LA)

"... beautifully played by Deb Hiett, [who makes] a strong impression."

-The Star-Ledger (NJ)

"Deb Hiett stands out in this ode to the thrill of the chase ..."

-The Monterey County Herald (CA)

"Hiett is a marvelous physical and verbal comedienne, with lots of range in her body and voice."

-Backstage West (LA)

"... played by Hiett with deft comic timing ..."

-Los Angeles Times

"While there are about 70 characters throughout the 10 stories, what is amazing is that only six actors work the play. Hiett really stands out with her constant accent changes and well-executed mannerisms."

-Valley Scene Magazine (CA)

"Deb Hiett is especially authoritative, whether as a professional woman or white trash."

-The Salinas Californian (CA)

"Hiett is the bold new voice in solo ... a sure-shot writer."

-The Village Voice (NYC)

"Deb Hiett [has a singing voice] so powerful [it] threatens to knock down all four sides of this black box theater."

-The Star-Ledger (NJ)

"Hiett is delightful!"

-The Montclair Times (NJ)

"Deb Hiett has but to set foot on stage, sit or stand still on it, to possess it. She hardly raises her voice, yet dominates all with her deadpan, candid directness."

–The Birmingham News (AL)

Working with legend Tommy Tune in "Arrested Development" (2014)

Working with legend Tommy Tune in "Arrested Development" (2014)