Puppets can be like lightning rods for empathy and their inherent vulnerability is especially moving in Blossom.
— Exeunt Magazine

Review: ‘Up and Away,’ a Trip Into the Clouds for a Special Audience

...immersive theater at its most thoughtful and deliberate
— New York Times

POWERHOUSE (Sinking Ship Productions)

This show has three indispensable comic musketeers: Mr. Bunch again; Spencer Lott; and Eric Wright.

”A brainstorming session among their characters is an aria of clowning...
— NY Times (Critics Pick)
…but the three supporting male actors end up stealing the show in a madcap subplot…
— The New Yorker
While the entire evening is enjoyable, the play truly comes alive whenever the animators (played by Tyler Bunch, Spencer Lott, and Eric Wright) take the stage...The tight physical collaboration of the three men (occasionally assisted by other ensemble members) is consistently a joy to watch.
— Theater is Easy
Tyler Bunch, Spencer Lott and Eric Wright play these scenes just like the cartoons themselves: joyful, terribly clever, and with a little wink.
— Stage Buddy

Lincoln Center + Trusty Sidekick

New York Times ArtsBeat - Lincoln Center has commissioned a new play from Trusty Sidekick Theater Co. to be presented in the fall of 2015. The play "Up and Away" has been created specifically for children on the autism spectrum.

Park Avenue Armory + Trusty Sidekick

New York Times Feature - "A Test In Following Directions: Trusty Sidekick Presents Immersive Pieces at Park Ave. Armory"