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To Kill A Mockingbird, Gloucester Stage (October 2017)

Langford captures a multitude of aspects of Mayella on the stand. She is shaky even when she is being sworn in, and appears like a deer in the headlights while being questioned. From there, she becomes frantic and confused, eventually erupting into a state of shouting and crying. Her entire story plays out on her face, and her fear and guilt are palpable.
— Nancy Grossman, BroadwayWorld
Teresa Langford is both sexy and downtrodden as trial witness and alleged rape victim Mayella Ewell — when she’s not busy as the horribly mean and cartoonish old crank Mrs. Dubose.
— Sally Applegate, Wicked Local