Chosen as the "Expert's Choice" by The Stage (London). Read the full review here.
"As the number resolves, Jessica Giannone stumbles off a chair and begins her monologue from Leslye Headland's Assistance. As Jenny, Giannone makes a convincing drunk, pitching the comedy slurring at just the right level. At first glance, this piece is all about broad humour, but there are self-esteem issues present, which the actor astutely employs to give the scene greater depth. In Neil LaBute's Reasons to Be Pretty, we see a nice contrast with Giannone, this time joined by Anthony Winters for a battle of wills, played out in a lover's tiff...Giannone negotiates the argument with a gentle insistence creating an immediacy to the dialogue that does credit to both performers." -Paul Vale, THE STAGE