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Gould’s Bernie, with her childlike speech and actions, is lovable.

–Samuel L. Leiter, Theater Pizzazz

BERNIE (STEPHANIE GOULD), ALTERNATELY DOCILE AND DEMANDING, RUDE AND SWEET, STUBBORN AND ACCOMMODATING, SETS THE PACE OF THE VINCOLOS’ EXISTENCE…THE CAST ESCHEWS ACTORLY FIREWORKS, STARTING WITH MS. GOULD, WHO HERSELF HAS A MILD FORM OF CEREBRAL PALSY AND DOES NOT SHY FROM BERNIE’S DIFFICULT SIDE.

—–Elisabeth Vincentelli –THE NEW YORK TIMES 



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Playing the developmentally challenged title character Bernie, Stephanie Gould captures the innocence and charm of this young woman, sometimes with broad strokes, but always with sincerity and commitment. —Christopher Caz, TheaterScene.net


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On Nicu’s Spoon Theater Company’s production of Shakespeare’s Richard III:

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Nicu’s Spoon Theatre Company & “Richard III” are highlighted in the November, 2015 issue of American Theatre Magazine
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Nicu’s Spoon Theatre Company’s production of “Richard III” written up by Playbill.com

Stephanie Gould as Duchess of York and as Duke of Norfolk shined insight into two different roles, one female and one male, two different disabilities, two different physicalities, two different brains, all without being overt, flashy, over the top or anything other than real and in the moment. Each character was true and real and highly defined. Her very disciplined work ethic and considerable talent shone through every moment onstage

Director, Stephanie Barton-Farcas, of Nicu’s Spoon Theater Company.

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