COMPLETE WORKS has been featured in the New York Times, Buzzfeed, Backstage, The Daily Beast, The Grid, Pajiba, All Geek to Me, PopWrapped, Broadway World, MovieMaker, and more. The series was an official selection at several web series festivals, taking home prizes for Best Actor (Vancouver Web Fest) and Best Director (HollyWeb Fest). Joe Sofranko and Adam North also made it to the Top 200 for HBO's Project Greenlight, using an excerpt from the show as their submission. Here are a few of the things people have been saying:


THE NEW YORK TIMES:

"Think of Mean Girls meeting pitch perfect meeting bring it on, with adult actors... all the world's a stage, and the blood that's spilled isn't necessarily fake."


BACKSTAGE:

"VICKI LEWIS IS SPOT ON -- AND COMPLETELY HILARIOUS -- AS A FLIGHTY ACTING TEACHER IN THIS ACTOR-CENTRIC SERIES ABOUT A COLLEGIATE SHAKESPEARE COMPETITION. COMPLETE WORKS IS FILLED TO THE BRIM WITH WACKY THEATRICAL CHARACTERS."


PAJIBA:

“A SHOW TAILOR-MADE FOR the hardcore theatre geek. For those looking to fill the void left by Slings and Arrows, this is a good band-aid for that wound. Complete Works is like the Y.A. Slings and Arrows (and if that sounds at all disparaging, I suggest you reevaluate your world views). The season is short, quickly paced, and balances severe classical theatre superfanning with simple straight-up comedy. ” 


ALL GEEK TO ME:

COMPLETE WORKS IS successful in ways that other web series may not be necessarily, combining strong supporting performances and an earnest lead with an expertly written story (not to mention the always elusive TV quality production values) to create a cohesive series anyone who grew up loving Shakespeare, in silent or out loud, can appreciate. While the bulk of the story focuses on Hal’s journey, much of the final two episodes present viewers with a beautiful, and sometimes quite heartfelt, look at just how and why the works of Shakespeare speak to so many and have lasted so long. Complete Works is a masterfully crafted story about discovering who you are by becoming someone else. ”