"The performance is both complimented and highlighted by the beautiful, imaginative puppet (Patricia Mader), mask (Alexandra Simpson) and costume (Beatriz Arevalo) designs—utilizing fabric, wood and recycled items. Azzopardi’s composition incorporates vocal and instrumental music to great effect; and we’re even invited to join in."
"Each actor highlights an aspect of Molly’s personality: Hyde’s ferocity, Maripuu’s pragmatism, Spitzer’s playfulness and Tuma’s sardonic edge—all played out with commitment, good humour, mischief and youthful energy. The action is nicely complemented by Beatriz Arevalo’s set and costume design; the sensuous quality of the bed, covered with a mountain of multi-coloured pillows, surrounded by light translucent curtains, contrast with the more chaste pajamas. "
"Dressed in strongly delineated and frolicky, colourful night clothes (costumes by Beatriz Arevalo) four young women take on aspects of Molly's character and bring theatrical life to an impressionistic text with great physical agility and an energetic aplomb that is infectious from the get go."
"Jenna-Lee Hyde, Lena Maripuu, Reanne Spitzer, and Annie Tuma perform in front of Arevalo's (set and costume design) spirited and summery backdrop with high energy and emotional depth."
"Then, Alexandra and her assistant Beatriz Arevalo got to work. They created a pattern from Kanika’s favourite blouse, using the floral fabric from a dress that didn’t fit well. The shell buttons under the necktie and on the sleeves were salvaged from another blouse that was never worn."
NECROPOLIS: LEGION is a Full Moon Features production in association with Rabidog Films and featuring practical effects from Canada’s The Butcher Shop. Costume design by Beatriz Arevalo. Alexander also will provide the original score. The feature is the second in Full Moon’s new DEADLY TEN project, which will also include the PUPPET MASTER sequel BLADE, SUBSPECIES V and WEEDJIES.
"The entire production felt like a dreamy lullaby, pulling me deeper and deeper into Molly’s inner world. The set design was soft and alluring (Molly’s bed: a cascading tower of pillows) and was made all the more enticing by the moonlight glow on stage. Set and costume designer Beatriz Arevalo and lighting designer Logan Ragu Cacknell did wonderful work here."