"Nedwek is absolutely fearless and in control, and in this work, control is the key element. “Venus In Fur” is, in many ways, a showcase for Nedwek’s interpretation of her character. Vanda is plain-spoken, profane, crude and with apologies to the late Robert Palmer, simply irresistible. She glides seamlessly through two difficult sides of her role. Together, she and Stratton are so genuinely involved in their characters that it reminds you of just what magnificent acting is all about."
Venus in Fur-CBS, Harry Hamm
"Sarah Nedwek simply bowls us over with her “split” personality. She is ditzy and devious as the real Vanda and then transforms into astute and articulate as the fictional Vanda while this almost classical script unfolds under her powerful and erotic interpretation. Her split second moves from one to the other in the middle of the readings are jolting, hilarious and simply magnificent. This is one of the finest performances we’ve seen on stage in some time."
Venus in Fur-Stage Door STL, Steve Allen
"Sarah Nedwek probably became an early contender for next year's St. Louis Theater Critics Circle award with this brilliant performance."-Venus in Fur-Stage Door STL
"Nedwek really is magical. Our eyes are glued to her."-Venus in Fur, The Vital Voice, Andrea Braun
"Young Rachel Brown, played splendidly by Sarah Nedwek is the reverend's daughter
Miss Nedwek nearly steals the play from the two protagonists."
-Inherit the Wind, The Solon Times
"The play (Neil Labute's Autobahn) best illuminates the talents of Sarah Nedwek.
In both roles, Nedwek uses her Midwestern wholesomeness
as a seductive but steely sharp weapon."