"It's possible to glean some of this story during the show, even as the purposefully jumbled production thwarts linearity and clarity, decrying those qualities as restrictively male. In place of coherence, the show has energy."
- The New York Times, "Review: 'ETLE and the Anders' Is a Sarah A.O. Rosner Take on Feminism"
"...bodies and movement carry the main charge and main interest in ETLE and the Anders--some of the most diverse, unconventional, in-your-face bodies in professional dance and some of the most prodigious energy. Rosner thrills us with the momentum and sound of these bodies rushing through air and making contact with the floor. When her dancers run the ring of their space, the breeze hitting the audience is pretty damn maximal."
- InfiniteBody Blog, "The maximal A.O. Movement Collective"
"Forget Water on Mars, It's a 'Queer Feminist Cyborg Epic Time Travel Thing'"
- Bedford + Bowery
"SHIFT! I felt it right when it happened. They called it a "glitch". It hit me like a wave, I hovered there, and then I unknew. Only for a second. And the future changed."
- Psycho Girl blog, "Sci-Fi Feministm? I'll take both"