"The circus theme works best with the climactic Mechanicals scene, as they present their play within a play in full clown attire. Even though I've sat through that scene too many times to count over the years, it's a testament to both the cast and Shakespeare's words that this time seemed completely fresh and thrilling. Each one of the working-class thespians is a delight to behold -- Zack Friedman as Snout, Evan Greene as Quince, Ryan Krause as Snug, Marcus Watson as Flute, and the terrific Megan Greener as Starveling."
- Nick Leshi, City if Kik
"The actors were rightfully cast, though the players, most notably Blaine Smith, as Bottom, and Megan Greener, as Starveling, stole the show with excellent chemistry and the over-the-top goofiness required for the fictional mediocre theater troupe."
- Tess McRae, The Queens Chronicle
"After a quick review of the Queens theater scene for 2013 one thing became increasingly clear: The past 12 months could be labeled the "Women of the Year." ...Whether comedy, drama or musical, the performances that stayed with you long after the curtain fell were created by a handful of actresses giving Manhattan-caliber performances. In some cases, these women provided the strongest reason to see the show... To that end, TimesLedger Newspapers is proud to present its first Queens Kudos Awards to the following:
... Outstanding supporting actress in a play— ... Megan Greener in the double roles of Starveling and Cobweb in the Queens Players version earns the top nod. As a member of the performing troupe comprised of village tradesmen, led by Bottom, Greener is able to communicate joy, sorrow and shame without saying a word. But she speaks volumes through her expressive eyes and slightly exaggerated movements. Greener provides some of the show’s biggest laughs, but she is definitely in on the joke."
- Kevin Zimmerman, The Times Ledger