• Féminaal article by Kathy Berdan of the Twin Cities Pioneer Press

    "Grumble’s production will feature 12 Twin Cities artists, Ruth says, in a 'range of gender expression.' The audience will be watching as women." -Kathy Berdan, Twin Cities Pioneer Press full article here

  • Féminaal review by Rohan Preston, Minnesota Star Tribune

    "The concept is both clever and intriguing. All who attend Féminaal, a play that sends up misogyny in two highly regarded modernist classics, are asked to sign a waiver saying they will view the show 'solely as a woman,' irrespective of a viewer’s gender." - Rohan Preston, Minnesota Star Tribune full review here

  • Interview in Little Village Magazine about FÉMINAAL

    Link to interview in Little Village Magazine

  • Article in the Daily Iowan about FÉMINAAL

    Link to article in the Daily Iowan online edition which includes video interview with Nina Morrison and rehearsal footage

  • ESSAY FOR TROPICS OF META BLOG ON APPLYING TO MFA PROGRAMS

  • GIRL ADVENTURE REVIEW ON UNVEILEDARTS.COM

    "What starts as a simple search for a library book evolves (devolves?) into a swirling epic that pits a woman against a horde of pissed-off goddesses..."
    - Matthew Manuszak for Unveiled Arts

  • FOREST MAIDEN REVIEWED BY NYTheatre.com

    "This play is absolutely hilarious. I had such a good time. Morrison's staging is clear, fast-paced, and many times just as funny as her script." - nytheatre.com

  • FOREST MAIDEN REVIEWED BY Time Out NY

    "****[FOUR STARS] Forest Maiden provides a unique look at gender roles and modern love—in a medieval context that seems to imply that no matter how much things have changed in the intervening centuries, much is still the same." - TimeOut New York

  • FOREST MAIDEN REVIEWED BY Stagebuzz.com

    "Nina Morrison's play …manages to provide thoughtful discussion on race, gender, and sexuality issues, and any number of other philosophical topics. Divorcing these issues from everyday life and putting them in a story that seems more suited to children's theatre (or mythology, since much of it takes place in the Underworld) only makes it that much more effective." - Byrne Harrison, Stagebuzz.com

  • FOREST MAIDEN MENTION IN L Magazine Interview

    Forest Maiden “It’s absurd and hysterical and anachronistic in a way –a fable from a talented young playwright that’s very modern and yet in the kings-and-queens-and-enchanted forest setting.” From August 5, 2009 L magazine interview with the Fringe Festival’s producing artistic director Elena Holy