"Erin (Rein)'s Forgiveness is a laser beam of hilarity as the magical pixie girl. She spouts metaphors on pain and knowing the self with (dare I say it?) adorable quirkiness. (Rein) is the emblem for the fantasy sylph in all of those missed-you-on-the-L personals."
- Chicago Theater Beat (on Forgiveness)
"Rein had some of the greatest lines as the sex-crazed Lilly, nailing each and every one."
-Theatre in the Now (on Tribulation: the Musical at FringeNYC)
"RECOMMENDED...Top 5 Short Run Comedies...Characters that would come off as one-note in another show are developed into three-dimensional human beings. [Rein's] brash, vulgar slut—a character type you can come to dread after a few bad improv shows—is by turns nihilistic, caring and heroic."
-NewCity Stage (on Tribulation: the Musical at the Mission Theatre)
"⋆⋆⋆Erin (Rein) provides the ballast as the dorky new girl" in "this loopy, skillful satire of 80's teen-movie tropes and archetypes."
- Chicago Tribune (on The Power of Prom)
"The scenes are fearlessly eccentric, but with enough charm and narrative movement to keep them from leaving the audience behind"
- Chicago Reader (on improv from Blood Dolphin)
"...invested scenes that are offbeat, but played with the utmost sincerity...(t)he ladies of Blood Dolphin aren't afraid to wander into strange territory"
- Gaper's Block (on improv from Blood Dolphin)