"Kreitzer's piece brilliantly eavesdrops on this trio and their randomly poignant, puerile, psychotic reminiscences of young lives lost."
Deborah Caulfield Rybak, Star Tribune (Minnesota)
"Part Waiting for Godot and part No Exit, Dead Wait is a darkly comic exploration of memory, and of how memories influence not just daily activities, but also eternal obsessions."
Jaime Kleiman, mnartists.org (Minnesota)
"Sharp as a razor blade...filled with delicious turns of phrase and deft characterization...not to be missed."
Matthew Everett, Minnesota Fringe
"Carson Kreitzer's new play takes place in an afterlife populated by Jayne Mansfield and two waiters...it is diverting and much funnier than its ghoulish outlines might suggest."
Quinton Skinner, City Pages (Minnesota)