"Ingersoll was a revelation as Desdemona - her actions and speech were clear and direct, and every emotion showed. She was beautifully watchable. Desdemona, Othello says, came to love him 'for the dangers I had passed,' and he in his turn 'loved her that she did pity them.' They are so hot for each other that the charge is palpable. They're not shy about it either. Norman Douglas Cooley and Angela Ingersoll, as well as being attractive actors, were the basis for much of the success of this production. The play built to a remarkably potent and powerful strangulation scene. It was all the more shattering for the provocative use of nudity, which combined the intimacy of the marriage bed with the violence and fury of jealousy and doubt."
-OOBR (Off-Off Broadway Review)