Sarah McNeill, Timeout, Subiaco Post, 11 August 2012
"Although playwright Vivienne Glance’s new play draws on quantum mechanics and Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger’s Cat in a Box theory, in fact The Cat in the Box is a lot less scientific and complicated.
Except that it’s dealing with four very different human beings with four quite different approaches to life – and that makes it very complicated indeed!"
David Zampatti, The West Australian, 3 August 2012
"Vivienne Glance's little absurdist thriller The Cat in the Box has its roots very squarely in the 1970s, but that doesn't make it less entertaining or provocative. The set-up is familiar territory - four very different people find themselves locked in a room with no way of escape and precious little to survive on. How they survive, and how the political microcosm in the room forms and plays out, is the stuff of the play."