Review of the Seymour Sisters workshop performance by Brandy Todt

"A confrontational, emotional, yet humorous trip down memory lane. Not a play to miss; be prepared to laugh, but also to cry. Many from the audience said they eagerly await Carole Vasta Folley’s next play."
- The Vermont Journal

"Girls Nite Out Finds Laughs with Play Alumni Pie" by Brent Hallenbeck

"Alumnie Pie, a crowd-pleasing two hours of theater...the characters in Alumni Pie are reunited, and it feels so good."
- The Burlington Free Press

"Five Plays to Remember" by Brent Hallenbeck

"Vermont is filled with talented playwrights, and that includes Carole Vasta Folley, who crafted this tender, often laugh-out-loud ode to the bonds of female friendship. Vasta Folley managed to create a play that's sentimental and smart - not an easy combination to pull off."
- The Burlington Free Press

"An Original Play Produced by Girls Nite Out Puts the Focus on Ewe" by Pamela Polston

"Carole Vasta Folley is a funny lady. And she makes other people funny. Just watch The Family of Ewe and see if you don't LOL. But it's more than that; this is a play written by a woman for women (and one male wtih a tiny part), and so TFOE exhibits a full spectrum of the feminine and feminist: roller-coaster emotions, relationship dynamics, middle-aged-grrl-power solidarity, insecurity and empowerment."
- Seven Days Vermont

"A Flock of Friends" by Brent Hallenbeck

“Style and great humor - it’s a fast-paced, fun tour through the tribulations of togetherness.”
- The Burlington Free Press

"A Stiff Dose" by Elisabeth Crean

“Succeeds wonderfully at devising a brace of charming, believable characters that have us laughing with them and caring about them . . . abounds in fresh ideas, well-crafted repartee, and touching scenes . . . Pronouncing Glenn represents a remarkable achievement.”
- The Burlington Free Press

"Forum Comes as Advertised: A Funny Thing" by Brent Hallenbeck

"Director Carole Vasta Folley does the right thing here, as she rings every last chortle, the very last shard of chuckle, out of a play that practically begs for you to laugh your toga off.”
- The Burlington Free Press

"Midwives a Spellbinding Drama" by Lisa McCormack

“Carole Vasta Folley has directed a play that's as emotionally powerful and riveting as the novel that inspired it.”
- The Stowe Reporter

"Funny Things Happen in Players' Forum" by Evelyn Werner Frey

"Add Vasta's direction and the magic of her production team, and you get so much more - wit in every aspect of the set, costumes, props, and special effects, a totally different view of what turned out to be quite endearing characters. Vasta's visual jokes, unexpected and clever anachronisms in costumes and props, have become a trademark of her productions."
- The Stowe Reporter

"Fiddler on the Roof a Must See" by A.B. Duke

"Energy, artistry, professionalism. Under the direction of Carole Vasta, it is like seeing and hearing it for the first time."
- The Stowe Reporter